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AMP Real Estate Broker Simulation Examination Derivation of Test Specifications. Jeffrey A. Kelley, PhD Applied Measurement Professionals. Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona. Simulation Overview .

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AMP Real Estate Broker Simulation ExaminationDerivation of Test Specifications

Jeffrey A. Kelley, PhD

Applied Measurement Professionals

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Simulation Overview

  • Simulations help assess skills based on realistic real estate issues

  • The intent is to test job-related aspects of real estate that cannot be tested with multiple-choice items

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Simulation Overview

  • Problems follow a transaction from start to finish (path)

  • Scenario

  • Information gathering

  • Decision making

DM

Scenario

DM

DM

DM

IG

DM & Close

DM

IG

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Simulation Scoring

  • Facilitative options may receive scores of +3, +2, or +1

  • Uninformative, wasteful, or unnecessarily invasive or inappropriate options may receive scores of –1, –2, or –3

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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The Simulation Experience…

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Job Analysis Survey

  • Sent to a sample of 12,337 real estate professionals

    • Received responses from 776 brokers and 427 salespersons

  • 166 real estate job tasks and 16 real estate major issues rated for significance

    • Task ratings used to develop multiple choice examinations

    • Issue ratings used to develop the simulation examination specifications

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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How significant are the following issues to your real estate practice? (use the following scale)

0 = Not performed

1 = Not significant

2 = Somewhat significant

3 = Quite significant

4 = Extremely significant

Advertising

Agency/Non-Agency Relationships

Asset Management (commercial brokerage)

Disclosures (including stigmatized property)

Document Preparation

Ethics

FederalLaws/ Environmental Issues

Finance

Marketing of Services

Negotiation

Property Management

Property Representations

Risk Management

Training/Supervision of Licensees

Trust Accounts

Valuation

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Inclusion Criteria

  • Issues with a mean significance rating below 2.15 were removed from consideration

    • asset management

    • property management

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Primary v. Secondary Issues

  • Each problem is classified by one primary issue

  • Each section within the problem is classified by a secondary issue, which may or may not be the same as the primary

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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National Broker Simulation Test Specifications –

Effective 2006

Eight Scored Simulation Problems (+ 2 pretest problems)

One issue is designated as the primary issue for the problem; one property type is also designated. Problems will address several issues, up to one issue for each section in the problem. Within the eight problems all 15 issues must be addressed at least once. Ethics must be addressed in at least four problems. The five bolded issues must be the primary issue for at least one problem per examination. The distribution by property types is as follows: Residential (3), Commercial (2), Property management (1), unspecified (2).

Agency/Non Agency

Relationships

Disclosures (including stigmatized property)

Property Representations

Trust Accounts

Training/Supervision of

Licensees

Risk Management

Ethics

Negotiation

Document Preparation

Fair Housing

Environmental Issues

Representation of Services

Valuation

Advertising

Finance

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Modifications

  • Federal Laws/Environmental Issues split into separate issues

    • Federal Laws renamed as Fair Housing

      • The Advisory Board felt that Fair Housing was the pertinent legal issue and wanted to limit the scope

      • Environmental Issues were felt to be clearly distinct from Fair Housing, and warranted a separate issue

    • Marketing of Services renamed as Representation of Services

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Designation of Required Primary Issues

  • The consensus opinion of the advisory board was that most license law violations were related to these five issues

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Property Types Dimension

  • The Advisory Board wanted to ensure representation for all property types that licensees are allowed to deal in

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Next Steps

  • Pilot testing beginning in October

  • Implementation in Spring 2006

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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Speaker Contact Information

Jeff Kelley

Applied Measurement Professionals

8310 Nieman Rd, Lenexa, KS 66214

Phone (913) 541-0400 Fax (913) 541-0156

[email protected]

www.goamp.com

Presented at the 2005 CLEAR Annual Conference

September 15-17 Phoenix, Arizona


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