Modules 1 – 3 have an exam component. You must pass an exam each time you complete one of the Modules.

Passing Score/Re-writes

You will need a mark of 70 per cent or greater to pass each exam. You may re-write each exam up to three times. If you do not pass an exam after your third attempt, you must wait one year to re-enroll in your current Module or an appropriate Module as assigned to you by MREA.

Schedule an Exam/Re-write

MREA hosts exams weekly at the MREA office and select rural locations. Once you have finished studying a Module, contact MREA to schedule the corresponding exam, including exam rewrites:

In Winnipeg:
Manitoba Real Estate Association
1873 Inkster Blvd.
Winnipeg, MB R2R 2A6
Telephone: 204.772.0405

Outside Winnipeg:
Contact the invigilator in your area to schedule your exam at a rural education centre. Please advise MREA at least two weeks prior to your exam date to allow sufficient time for delivery of the exam.

Location Invigilator Telephone Fee
Winnipeg MREA staff 1.204.772.0405 No Charge
Portage La Prairie PREB staff 1.204.857.4111 No Charge
Carman Minnie Davis 1.204.745.2095 $50
Dauphin Doug Deans 1.204.638.3211 $75
Russell Merril Kiliwnik 1.204.773.2706 $75
Swan River Lindsay Cook 1.204.734.4419 $50
Steinbach Sheri Stoupe 1.204.320.2500 $75
Thompson Janet Brady 1.204.677.1450 No Charge
Winkler Pastor Michael Sullivant 1.204.325.5670 $75
Brandon BREB staff 1.204.727.4672 No Charge

Next Steps

Examination results are processed in as timely a manner as possible and results are generally mailed or emailed (with provided consent) to students within two weeks of writing; providing the results of exams written at rural centres may take longer than two weeks. Exam results are not provided over the telephone nor are they provided to your broker.

If you pass or fail the exam you will receive your examination transcript which includes direction regarding the next steps in your program.



MREA is committed to providing an environment that is inclusive and free of barriers.  Exam accommodation requests are assessed on a case-by-case basis to ensure equal opportunity for students to fully demonstrate their qualifications.  Exam accommodations are granted on an individual basis and are dependent on the nature and extent of the request, documentation provided and requirements of the exam.  However, submitting a request does not guarantee receiving accommodation.

Please contact the Education Department with your accommodation request via email ( a minimum of three weeks prior to the scheduled exam.