Property Agency Frequently Asked Questions
You can use the links below to find out more about our Property Agency qualifications.
What is Propertymark?
Propertymark is the new name for NFoPP, and the awarding body for their qualifications is Propertymark Qualifications. Nothing about their qualification has changed – Propertymark Qualifications are still the UK’s specialist awarding organisation offering industry recognised and regulated qualifications in property. The learning content, quality assurance and assessment of the qualifications remain at the same high standard.
When will I have access to the VLE?
Once we’ve confirmed your programme we’ll contact you to take payment. As soon as your payment has been processed, you’ll be enrolled on to the MOL Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and also have access to The Manchester College Library.
You’ll receive an email from noreply@MOLlearn.com, notifying you of your login and password details.
Please wait until you receive this email and use the link provided as this will give you access to the correct VLE. If you haven’t received an email two weeks before your programme start date, check your spam folder to see if the email has been directed there instead of your inbox. If you still haven’t received the email, you can contact us at property@MOLlearn.com.
How do I connect to a webinar?
Please log in to the VLE and click on the Help tab at the top of the page. Here you’ll find a comprehensive guide to participating in a webinar, including a guide showing you how to connect to a webinar and advice on using/testing your device.
How will my Level 3 mocks be marked?
MOL mock exams are marked immediately and automatically on the VLE. If you’ve given an incorrect answer, you’ll see the correct answer and an explanation. This helps you identify any areas of weakness and focus on these before you sit your final Propertymark exams.
How long do I have to complete the MOL mock assessment?
This may be different depending on your study unit. You’ll receive full instructions with your mock assessment, including timescales.
How many times can I submit my mock assessment?
You can submit each mock assessment twice for automatic ‘marking’. We advise you to delay taking your mock assessment until you have worked through your study materials and are confident in your knowledge. You’ll then be ready to receive guidance on any areas of weakness before taking the final exam.
How do I book a Propertymark exam?
You need to register with Propertymark Qualifications and it’s best that you register just before you want to take your first exam. Visit the Propertymark Qualifications website to find out more propertymarkqualifications.co.uk
How long do I have to pass the Propertymark qualification?
You are allowed three years from registration to pass the qualification at Levels 2,3 and 4. There’s no minimum time to complete. If you exceed the three-year registration period you can register again and, as long as they are still valid, your units will be transferred over. However, please check the Propertymark Qualifications web site for any updates.
What do I do if I fail my Propertymark Qualifications exam?
The examinations are dealt with by Propertymark Qualifications, the awarding body, and if you have any questions, you can contact them on 01926 417794 or visit propertymarkqualifications.co.uk
When will I receive my Propertymark certificate?
Certificates are issued only by Propertymark Qualifications. If you have any questions about your certificate you can contact them on 01926 417794 or visit propertymarkqualifications.co.uk