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How ot study for the texas family and consumer science exam?

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As you have probably discovered there are no study guides for this test. The best advice I can give you is to order the study books from Texas Tech. You rent them for a few months and I think it was around 100 bucks. The test is long and all over the place. You will have to know almost every area we studied in college. However, I have only known one person to fail that has taken it out of my FCS friends. Good Luck.

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