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Are the free OREP classes the same 2 classes every year?

Salty

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I took them last renewal cycle. Am I seeing this right that its just the same two classes are free?
 

Lee in L.A.

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I thought I saw a lot more than just 2 when I did them a while back.
 

Salty

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I just attempted to take them and its the same 2 classes that are free. It appears the others you have to pay for. Do I really want to take the same classes over again even if they are free?
 

Terrel L. Shields

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Do I really want to take the same classes over again even if they are free?
Will the state allow credit for it if you do? That's an even bigger question
 

glenn walker

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I am calling OREP next week- BUT -yes it appears the same two courses are offered over a 4 year cycle. And in CA no you can't take the FHA 7 hours or the other course twice for your 4 year 56 hour renewal. BUT OREA has treated me very good over the years and it would be nice if I find they will give me two free different courses .
 

Lee in L.A.

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You can do 2 courses with similar or the same topic, as long as they have different approval numbers.
So they told me a while back.
 
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