Augh! I have to be honest that taking the real estate course here in Florida was the best thing I could have done to prepare for the test... but when it comes to Exam Prep, it's hard to say what you can expect. Tennessee is one of the harder of the tests to take. You will want to make sure that you know the material inside and out. If you don't pass the first time, don't let it stress you out. Most people end up taking the test a few times because the questions are worded tricky.
Go on line and take some practice exams for your state. See how you do there and that will give you an idea of what past tests have been like and what you can expect. Realize the laws change so often that what is relevant today is not relevant in 2 months.
I agree with Linda, and unfortunately, the material in the books are somewhat dry. Utilize the end of chapter reviews to see how you are doing as you go along and you can find a sample test at the end of the book too. Study, Study, Study, is right! Good Luck!
Study. Study. Study. I have never done well on tests in high school even though I knew the material backward and forward. When I took the real estate exam, we are allotted 4.5 hours and I got it done it less than 2.
Make sure you know the material and you should be okay. There were some that used colored flash cards for areas that were a problem for them.