Hawaii Test Prep Course Online
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We are committed to providing the very best preparation for the State Licensing Exam and for a successful career in Hawaii's unique real estate market. Our online course provides professional instruction for salesperson and broker candidates in the Hawaii portion of the test.


The Hawaii-Test-Prep, online course is designed in response to the many students who have requested our help to prepare them for the State Exam. There are three primary reasons for this request. If you fit one of the three, sign up for the Hawaii Prep Course.

This course is only for test-preparation. You will not receive a certificate of completion; it does not count towards part of either the 60 or 80 hour salesperson or broker course requirements -- you can find those at Salesperson Course Hawaii.com and Hawaii Broker Course Online.com respectively. (This course is typically used by out-of-state license holders who have been extended reciprocity by the State. It is designed to help them prepare for the State portion of the exam.)

Some students worry whether they are ready for the Hawaii portion of the Exam. Some experienced real estate professionals are given Hawaii Equivalency allowing them to take only the Hawaii Exam but requiring them to attend a class. Some students have failed to pass the Hawaii exam and need extra help.

The Hawaii Test Prep course includes an online collection of Hawaii specific information (previously distributed to students as a large, three-ring binder divided into 37 sections of Hawaii topics). Good examples of the sections include: Hawaii Revised Statutes 467, License Law; HRS 436, Professional and Vocational Licensing; and Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 16, Chapter 99 for Brokers and Salespersons. Other sections include discourse on De Minimus, Hawaii Based Loan Programs, History of Hawaii Leasehold and Hawaii terminology.

This course has been rated highly effective by users. The cost is $200. The price includes the Sample Tests; On Line access to approximately 15 hours of narration about Hawaii subjects, including a comprehensive review, and roughly 300 pages of Hawaii rules and laws.


Topics include:

  • Hawaii Revised Statutes 467
  • License Law
  • HRS 436
  • Professional and Vocational Licensing
  • Hawaii Administrative Rules
  • Title 16
  • Chapter 99 for Brokers and Salespersons
  • Discourse on De Minimus
  • Hawaii Based Loan Programs
  • History of Hawaii Leasehold
  • Hawaii terminology.


David Catanzaro serves as the primary instructor and principal for the school. In 1970, he earned his Bachelors Degree in Finance and later (in 1973) his Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Missouri. David has been a real estate agent in Hawaii since 1986. He was a Broker and Instructor with Dower Real Estate, Inc in Honolulu; then the principle broker for Dower Realty Windward, an independently owned and operated franchise of Dower Realty; and is now the principle broker for REMI Realty. David also has held real estate licenses in the states of Missouri and Florida. He currently resides in Kailua, Hawaii.


Classes are held online.


The cost of the course is $200 plus tax: $209.42.

The state license examination fee is not included; it is paid directly by the candidate.


The Hawaii test-prep course is 15 hours.


The online course is self-paced.


All students taking the course to qualify for a real estate license should be aware of the requirements as published by the Real Estate Commission: http://www.hawaii.gov/dcca/areas/real/real_ed/gen_info/blue.pdf

Candidates must be at least 18 years of age (on or prior to the date of the State Examination), be a United States citizen, or an alien authorized to work in the US (and should have command of the English language).


All applicants are welcome regardless of race, color, religion, ancestry / national origin, sex, sexual orientation, familial status, disability, marital status, age, AIDS status or other grounds protected under state or federal non-discrimination laws.


The Hawaii Real Estate Assessment for Licensure program, is administered by the company PSI Exams under contract with the Hawaii State Real Estate Commission. You can contact PSI at 800-733-9267 or http://www.psiexams.com/.

The exam has two parts. The "Uniform" portion covering general real estate principles and practices and the "State Law" section dealing with specific Hawaii statutes. The exam consists of multiple choice questions only. Each section of the exam is graded separately, and each requires a passing score of 70%. Candidates that fail either portion of the exam may retake the exam and need only retake the part of the exam failed.

Forms and detailed information regarding the State exam will be provided during the course.

Anyone who successfully passes the State exam must apply for their license, in writing, within two years of passing the examination date, or their test scores will be declared invalid, and they must retake the exam. Licensing fees must be paid at the time of application.

For more information on the State exam please contact PSI Exams directly at 800-733-9267 or their website at http://www.psiexams.com/.

For more information regarding Real Estate Licensing in Hawaii, please call the Hawaii Real Estate Commission at (808) 586-2643 or visit their website at: http://hawaii.gov/dcca/real

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