The COVID-19 pandemic has created unique circumstances to which everyone has had to adjust and adapt. Finding solutions to ensure students can continue their studies and establish their real estate careers as quickly and safely as possible is a top priority for MREA’s Education Department. Below is a summary of the recent changes that MREA has made to its education offerings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MREA has resumed holding in-person exam sessions. These sessions will host a limited number of students at a time, and extensive precautionary measures have been put in place for the safety of students and staff. MREA does not currently have a set exam schedule. Students are requested to reach out to the MREA Education Department via email at email@example.com with exam scheduling requests.
Online Registration and Course Content
MREA has made online registration available for most of its courses. Online registration provides immediate access to digital copies of students’ course material as they wait for physical copies. To register online visit mreastudents.myabsorb.com.
Contactless Course Materials Pick-up
Students wishing to pick up their course materials can arrange for a contactless pickup appointment. Please contact the Education Department at 204-772-0405 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further details on contactless pickup procedures.
Because the current situation has created delays in some students’ progress through their programs, MREA is providing students with deadline extensions with no penalties, no doctor’s notes, etc. However, if you are enrolled in an interprovincial or challenge course, you will need to contact the MSC to inquire about changing your deadlines as they are the deciding body.
Advancing to the Next Course
Students may register for the next course in the program prior to completing the current course’s requisite exam. However, you cannot attempt the subsequent course exam prior to attaining a passing mark on the prerequisite exam. For example, a Module 1 student can enroll in Module 2 prior to writing the Module 1 exam, but the student cannot attempt the Module 2 exam until they have attained a passing mark on Module 1.
If you have any questions about these offerings, please contact the Education Department (email@example.com).