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Capitalization rate-gross rent multipliers-test part for TX

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Mary Caffey

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Son took the test as a trial run but hasn't had a course pertaining to the math part of the state exam for TEXAS- do any of you know a good course he can take to help with that part of the test????? Needs HELP !!

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Mary in Texas :roll:
 

Larry Lyke

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c21cg --

Math is always the easiest part of any test, because the rules never change.

It's the essay stuff, where you have to comprehend what going on, that gets most people in trouble.

Any elementary real estate book will contain everything you need to learn to pass the real estate test.

Appraisal is slightly more complicated. But an appraisal book has enough to get you through the test -- with a passing grade.
 
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