Utah Real Estate Exam Information

Students that successfully complete the 120 hour education requirement at a Utah Real Estate School are then required to complete the state exam in order to become a Licensed Utah Real Estate Agent.

Quick Facts about the Exam:

  • Exam Fee is $66 paid to testing center

  • The exam contains 130 questions (80 General Real Estate and 50 State Law)

  • Passing Score is 70%

Once you have completed your training here at Agent Professor, we will issue you a stamped Candidate Education Certifying Document. Make sure that you take this document to the testing center.

The Utah Division of Real Estate uses a testing company called Pearson Vue. Below is the link to the Utah Real Estate Candidate Handbook published by Pearson Vue. This handbook will outline all of the steps needed to be completed in order to take the test and finish the licensing process to get a Utah real estate license.


Following are the addresses of the Pearson Vue testing centers that are located in the Utah area. 

Pearson Professional Centers - Draper, Utah
11820 South State Street
Suite 300
Draper, Utah 84020
United States


Pearson Professional Centers - Ogden, Utah
1150 South Depot Drive
Suite 130
Business Depot Ogden
Ogden, Utah 84404
United States


Pearson VUE Test Center - Pocatello, Idaho
812 East Clarke Street
Suite E
Re/Max Building
Pocatello, Idaho 83201
United States


Pearson VUE Test Center - Las Vegas, Nevada
3230 E. Flamingo Road
Suite #1
Renaissance III
Las Vegas, Nevada 89121
United States


Pearson VUE Test Center - Grand Junction, Colorado
751 Horizon Court
Suite 101
Skyline Building
Grand Junction, Colorado 81506
United States


Students must complete the test in person at a testing facility. For example, an Agent Professor student from St. George, Utah would need to travel to a testing facility, likely Las Vegas or Draper, since there are no testing facilities in St. George.

More information about the Utah Real Estate Exam can be found on the Pearson Vue Website

You can also contact us if you have any questions about the Utah real estate exam or about getting a Utah real estate license.