from the contractual, financial and agency perspectives of real estate transactions and Maryland Real Estate Law. A course exam must be passed before a certificate of successful completion can be issued. All 60 classroom hours must be attended. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be given a “Certificate of Completion” which is required to sit for the Maryland State PSI exam. Tuition is $190. Assigned textbooks which you may keep are $63. Total cost is $253.​

The Academy offers an optional six hour classroom session consisting of a review class and practical exercises in preparation for the State PSI examination. The cost for the exam prep class is $99. Individual tutoring is also available. The Academy also offers online exam prep classes. These Maryland Real Estate PSI Exam Prep Classes are valuable online study tools that allows you to create exactly the test you need to improve your scores. The QBank contains over 600 questions on national topics, plus an additional 200 questions on Maryland–specific topics. Click here for our Online Exam Prep Classes.

We also offer an Online course titled Maryland Real Estate Principles and Practices!   Click here for details about our ONLINE pre-licensing program.

Note: The PSI Maryland state licensing exam sites are currently closed due to the Covid-19 outbreak. For updates regarding resumption of testing please follow the link below: 

(888) 725-7791

(888) 786-8173

Prepare to Succeed. Our real estate pre-licensing course has been approved by the Maryland Higher Education Commission and the Maryland Real Estate Commission and satisfies the necessary educational requirements to sit for the Maryland Real Estate Salesperson Examination. The objective of the course is to familiarize the student with the basic principles involved in the sale, purchase, lease, ownership and transfer of real estate 

Maryland Pre-Licensing

Principles & Practices of Real Estate for
​Maryland Salespersons

Tuition: $190  Textbooks: $63  Total Cost: $253.

Additional questions?   Call: 888-786-8173

Email:    AcademyofRealEstate@Gmail.Com

Maryland real estate pre-licensing programs. Real estate licensing classes

This is the required class to take to get a Maryland real estate license. These classes are approved by the Maryland Higher Education Commission and the Maryland Real Estate Commission.  Contact the school today to find out how to take the Maryland real estate class, the license exam and how to get a Maryland real estate license. 

Get a Maryland real estate license. Take the required licensing class. Get pre-licensing classes then take an exam prep class for the real estate license exam in Maryland. Real estate license course. Additional ongoing Maryland real estate continuing education and professional enhancement courses in addition to the real estate license course are available through the Academy of Real Estate.

Next Classes:


Frederick, MD
Begin: Saturday,
March 28, 2020
End: Sunday, April 26

9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturdays & Sundays 

No classes 4/11 & 4/12


Rockville, MD
Begin: Saturday,
May 2, 2020
End: Sunday, May 24.

9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturdays & Sundays 

To enroll: 

Email us at  for an Enrollment Form

Maryland Exam
Online Prep Class

Two types of online exam prep classes available:

(1) complete review of both the National and State portion of the exam ($69) 


(2) Maryland State Law review and practice test drill  ($35).

Now you can focus your preparation for the Maryland Real Estate License Exam specifically or the national and/or state portions with these prep classes.

Click here for more info.
National & State - $69
Maryland only  - $35

 Upcoming Class Schedule

ScheduleStart DateEnd DateLocation


Saturday & Sunday
9:00am - 5:00pm
4 weekends except

Easter weekend

March 28 , 2020

No classes 4/11 & 4/12

April 26, 2020

Frederick, MD  
351 Ballenger Center Drive  
Frederick MD  21703 

Saturday & Sunday
9:00am - 5:00pm
For 4 weeks

May 2, 2020


Registration closes 4/23/20

May 24, 2020

Rockville, MD  
20 W. Gude Drive 
Suite 200
Rockville, MD  20850

Unfortunately, as of this time, due to the current coronavirus pandemic we can not guarantee that upcoming classroom classes will take place. Because of the Governor's order to prohibit large gatherings, the Maryland Higher Education Commission has advised us to cease all face-to-face education until the prohibition of large gatherings is lifted.  We will continue to monitor the situation and will make decisions regarding future dates when appropriate.

To request enrollment forms, complete the form below or email

Cost:   Tuition: $190      Books: $63        Total Cost:  $253

Schedule Options

All classes are a total of 16 sessions.  Each session is 4 hours. 

(Session 16 is the Final Exam = 2 hours) 

Students must attend all 15 sessions to be eligible to sit for final exam
Attendance is mandatory. If a session is missed, it should be made up within 60 days. If a student misses more than 3 sessions (12 Hours), the State regulations requires that he/she will be dismissed.

Day Classes:
The intensive 2 1/2 week day class will be held from 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.  Alternatively, the intensive 2 1/2 week day class will be held from 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday, Tuesday and Friday.

Weeknight/Evening Classes:
The 4 week evening class meets 4 evenings a week for 4 hours per session. (example: 5:30pm to 9:30pm) The 5 week evening class meets 3 evenings a week for 4 hours per session. (example: 6:00pm to 10:00pm)

Alternate Weeknight/Evening Classes:
The 8 week alternate weeknight class meets Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00pm to 10:00pm

Weeknight & Saturday Classes
This 4 week class meets Tuesday & Thursday evenings or Monday & Wednesday evenings from 6:00pm to 10:00pm and on Saturday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Weekend Classes:
The 4 week weekend class will meet on Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

​A passing score of 75% is required on both the General and Law exam. 
Students may have 2 chances to obtain a passing grade on the final exams. If the student fails on either exam on the 2nd try, the student will not be eligible to receive a certificate of successful completion. Final Exam is 2 hours (1.5 hours on General Test and 1/2 hour on the Law Test.


Students may enroll at any time after the appearance of the announcement and will be accepted into the next available class. To enroll, the student shall complete the enrollment agreement, enrollment addendum, show evidence of conforming with the entrance requirements below and return with payment of tuition and costs for books either personally or by mail, email or fax.  Payment may be in the form of cash, check or appropriate credit card.  Reservations for the class are confirmed once payment is received and confirmed.

Entrance Requirements.

All applicants must be at least eighteen years of age and have provided evidence of U.S. high school completion or equivalency (GED) prior to beginning classes.  In the event that a high school diploma or GED certificate is not available, the school shall administer, through its representative, the Wonderlic Scholastic Level test.  Details available in the school catalog.  

To request a catalog and registration forms, please email us at:

 All enrollment forms should be completed and returned to the school at least one week prior to first class date.

Textbooks and Assigned Readings

The assigned (required) textbooks are:
Modern Real Estate Practice by Fillmore W. Galaty, Wellington J. Allaway, Robert C. Kyle (Dearborn Real Estate Education, Latest Edition)
Maryland Real Estate Practice and Law, by Donald A. White, (Dearborn Real Estate Education, Latest Edition)

Optional recommended books are
Study Guide for Modern Real Estate Practice 
Guide to Passing the PSI Real Estate Exam