Texas Licensure - prep for jurisprudence exam

samIam47

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    Hi all,

    I am currently training in California and hoping to become licensed in Texas. I am in the midst of the licensure process but will need to take the jurisprudence exam in the upcoming weeks. Does anyone have experience with this exam? I see that it is 100 MC questions, open book, and a passing score is 90%. I would like to know how long do I have to take it? What is the best way to study for it? Any tips about registering and passing the exam would be helpful.

    Thank you!
    S
     

    aly cat

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      samIam47

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        The brochure lists all the materials that you should review before the exam: https://www.tsbep.texas.gov/files/forms/Jurisprudence Examination Brochure 2017Dec.pdf


        I downloaded all of the materials at the link provided in the brochure and familiarized myself with them. That was the only preparation I did and passed on the first attempt; I found most of the questions to be pretty straight forward.
        The brochure lists all the materials that you should review before the exam: https://www.tsbep.texas.gov/files/forms/Jurisprudence Examination Brochure 2017Dec.pdf


        I downloaded all of the materials at the link provided in the brochure and familiarized myself with them. That was the only preparation I did and passed on the first attempt; I found most of the questions to be pretty straight forward.

        I'll do that. Thank you! How long is the exam?
         
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        aly cat

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          I'll do that. Thank you! How long is the exam?
          I took it a few years ago so don't remember. I think it was somewhere between 90 min and 2 hours. I also remember I couldn't find how long you had until I got approved for the test and registered-- I'm pretty sure all the info was listed there.
           
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