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Don’t let your Mortgage Loan Originators miss the deadline for enrolling for the Stand-Alone portion of the Uniform State Test

As of January 1, 2014, 39 state mortgage agencies have replaced their state-specific test components with the adoption of the Uniform State Test (UST).  The other 19 agencies may elect to adopt the UST at a future date, but are not required to do so.  By passing the National Test with Uniform State Content or the Stand-alone UST, a candidate can satisfy the testing requirements for licensure in those adopting states, and any states that adopt in the future.  To see which states have adopted the UST visit the UST Adoption Map and Table posted on the NMLS Resource Center. Read More ›