No matter where you live in Texas, you need a license to sell or serve beer. The license is obtained after successful completion of a state exam. This exam is designed to ensure that anyone holding the TBC license can safely serve alcoholic beverages to other people. There is a fee for the test, which is non-refundable and due in advance of the testing date. If you are scheduled to take the test in the upcoming future and feel the worries, here are a few tips to alleviate some of the concerns.
Study for the Test
Online prep study courses and guides are out there to use to help you ace the test. These study materials are free or low cost and provide a glimpse of the type of information you can expect see on the test. People that use the study material have much higher success rates than students who do not use the material.
Be sure to get a good night of sleep the night prior to the exam. Although your stomach may be in knots and sleep is the last thing on your mind, you need it for concentration and to ensure that your mind is fresh and at its best on the day of the test.
Ask a friend or family member to help you go over the material and give you a mini test before the actual exam date. When you do this, it will ease some of your nerves about the test and help you learn the areas of information that you need to study a little bit more.
The TBC exam is not scary in hindsight but when it is so important, it is very scary. Use the tips above to ease some of your test-taking fears. You will be glad that you had this information in hand.