I signed up the the ca re course, in order to sit for the board test. First, i would like to say that i have sold re in the late 80’s - 90’s and passed my re board test, first try. The first course taken, california real estate principals, i failed. They provide 10 questions after every chapter and 50 questions at the end of all chapters. Not one single question on any of the practice tests were on the final. I knew every single question, every single answer, to every test question they had provided me over 300 questions. I had to wait and retake the test. I reread the information and took the test a second time, i did recognize many of the questions and barely passed the second time. My second class was real estate finance. I read the material, took all the practice tests and took the final. I knew every question and answer from all the practice tests i had taken, over 200 questions. I was very skeptical about the final since my first course had zero of the study questions on it. I failed with a 56% and zero questions recognized from any of the practice tests. I reread the chapters, made notes, (Which i still have.) i retook the test and i recognized about 20% of the questions on the exam. I failed with a 58%. I do not know how to study for exams when you are not given any guidelines from which to zero in what needs to be studied. With over 800 pages of material, i am not able to memorize every single detail. This course needs to emphasize more on the content you need to pass the state exam and supply all that material for you to learn. Maybe teaching practices have changed? Maybe this is more of a common core method. I have taken ca x - ray technician board exam, passed first try. As i said, i took the ca re exam in the 80’s and passed first try. Do not waste your time studying any practice test questions. I wasted my time. Now, they want me to pay another fee in order to get my hours needed with two courses. I wrote, ‘bill’ my advisor and told him exactly what i wrote here. I would not recommend this course to anyone! Perhaps, because they are fairly new to ca re online course, they haven’t worked out all the kinks. I felt like this course deliberately made the course so you will fail and then they can charge you more money.