In North Carolina it is the Auctioneer Licensing Board that administers auctioneer licensing. An “Auctioneer” is precisely defined as a person who conducts or offers to conduct auctions through activities such as calling bids, contracts for auctions, accepts consignments of items for sale at auction, advertises an auction, offers items for sale at auction, accepts payment or disburse monies for items sold at auction, or otherwise, solicits, arranges, sponsors, or manages an auction or holds themselves out as an auctioneer...etc. Auctioneer exams are given 6 times a year at the Board’s office. To be eligible one must either have a North Carolina apprentice auctioneer license for the preceding two years and accumulated sufficient knowledge and experience in the auctioneer profession or have successfully completed at least 80 hours of classroom instruction at an approved auctioneer school. We give you knowledge information relevant to the exam specification. To be able to succeed in the real exam, you’ll need to apply your earned knowledge to the question scenarios. Many of the exam questions are written to be less straight forward. They tend to be framed within the context of short scenarios. An advice: Do NOT rely on a single source for exam preparation. To secure exam success, always use multiple sources and read as much as possible!
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