@Tim McSherry. I took my class early this year. If your doing in person which I’m assuming you are the best thing you can do is get the reading assignment and books for the first night of class. And read all material before class. That should help you a lot. also do all homework and questions. And with your extra time... Not that you will have any start going over the previous chapters. Best of luck!!
@Tim McSherry I just got my real estate license a month ago, so it's still fresh on my mind. I'd recommend listening to as many real estate agent related podcasts as you can while in real estate school. Helps cement the concepts and shed light on the real world application of what you're learning - that made a significant difference for me when I took the exam because a good number of questions were asked in real life scenarios. If you understand the concepts at a deeper level than the books/lectures themselves, you'll feel more confident and fare better during the test.
@Tim McSherry I just took the class a couple of months ago. Are you taking it in a crash course (2 or 3 weeks) or over a longer period of time? I did mine in 2 weeks and it was a lot of information but for me, that learning style works. The exam was very conceptual vs. simple definitions. You really had to apply the different "terms" and real estate language to situations.
@Tim McSherry I would recommend the following:
The Smart Real Estate Coach Podcast
The Honest Real Estate Agent
Your Journey with Jennie Podcast
The Brian Buffini Show
Real Estate Success Rocks
Coach Tom Ferry
Agent Wealth Network
Real Estate Marketing Dude
Leaders in Real Estate
Kevin Ward's YES Talk
Real Estate Rockstars (my #2 fave)
Real Estate Coaching Radio (my #1 fave)