PT Exam Passed – July NPTE

First, I want to THANK YOU, TEP! I took my NPTE boards last week, July 21, and found out I passed this week! After two failed NPTE attempts, I knew it wasn't my knowledge base (as I felt confident that I could recite you the O'Sullivan book), but rather my test taking abilities and anxiety. I was able to remain calm throughout this whole process and this time felt differently. I didn't syke myself out, I remained confident and was able to succeed! I think one of the important, if not the most important, thing I learned was reading the question from the bottom up. I ...

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Passed the NPTE on my 2nd Attempt

Rakhi Shivani
I’m Rakhi Shivani and I have been working the past 5 years as a physiotherapist after completing my Master's in Physical Therapy in India. On my first attempt with the NPTE, I studied academically like most of us do without realizing that this exam indeed is clinically based and is well beyond our textbooks. And as it would be, I failed to clear the exam on my first attempt. It was quite disheartening as I had never failed in any of my exams throughout my academics. I was then told about TEP by a friend who had enrolled for the same and cleared her exam with a good ...

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Passed PTA Exam

Rachael Huffman, PTA wanted to share her experience with Therapy Exam Prep's program: I took the TEP course as recommended by my program PTA chairman. I was given Miye’s contact information and I was able to get a seat within the course. This course outlines everything Physical Therapy related and although it is mostly geared towards the DPT I did anyway and I still found it to be very beneficial. Obviously, there are things that PTAs are unable to do so you learn your role as a PTA but the overall information both the DPT and PTA should know or have an idea about. ...

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TEP’s Free Live Webinars for July NPTE

Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) provides a series of three free live webinars for the upcoming July NPTE. These online live webinars provide a components of what has been provided in TEP's program and want to share with all that are taking the upcoming exam. The seats are limited and reservation is required. TEP's participants are provided access first. The dates for the webinars are: July 13,14 and August 4 at 6 pm PST. Click here to register for the webinars. TEP's series of webinars: Part 1: NPTE Assessment Readiness - This webinar utilizes a portion of TEP's ...

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How to Avoid NPTE Mistakes Video Series

Before taking the NPTE or NPTAE, you'll want to be sure to avoid the most common mistakes that 98% of examinees make when taking their board exam. Each examinee that takes the exam should know what mistakes brings scores down and how to avoid them. After a decade of helping examinees prepare, there are common themes that occurred and now can be avoided with Therapy Exam Prep's video series. This series was made so that everyone preparing for the boards wouldn't make the same mistakes and provides strategies to implement right away. Many examinees expressed that test ...

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Realizing the PT Dream After Passing the NPTE

I recently got an email from Shilpa below: I am extremely glad to share with you that I passed April NPTE in flying colors. I can certainly attribute my success to TEP's program and instructions. Your valuable suggestions really helped me fill up the gaps in my critical reasoning and understanding skills. Strategically, I was able to make detailed notes and other visuals and brain dumps to further credit my score. Finally, I faced the prolonged examination challenge by preparing my body and mind to take it up to the passing score. I accredit my success and understa...

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Reflecting Upon NPTE Prepartion

There's more to the exam than meets the eye when preparing for the NPTE and in TEP, there's more than just an exam preparation; it's a program that encompasses the participant fully to become the best clinician after taking the exam. Throughout TEP's program, assessing is key to adjust study plans and preparation in order to adapt to changes. Katie had to continuously evaluate old habits and adjust to new habits for the better. At the end, of finally letting go of the past, success was obtained. Here's her insights about reflecting of the NPTE journey: Miye, Karen, and ...

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A Successful Breakthrough with the NPTE

I was contacted shortly after the October NPTE results came out from Preeti Kaur. She was down and out from another unsuccessful NPTE attempt. My conversations of commending her to reach out for help, went over her head at first; however, as I shared my own story, it encouraged and raised her spirits to prepare for the NPTE again. This time Preeti approached the exam with a fresh start and no judgments about the past. Just a clear break with a different exam preparation approach than what she was used before. Here's what Preeti wanted to share with others about her NPTE ...

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TEP’s Free Live Webinars for April NPTE

Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) provides a series of three free live webinars for the upcoming April NPTE. These online live webinars provide a components of what has been provided in TEP's program and want to share with all that are taking the upcoming exam. The seats are limited and reservation is required. TEP's participants are provided access first. The dates for the webinars are: April 21, 22 and May 19 at 6 pm PST. Click here to register for the webinars. TEP's series of webinars: Part 1: NPTE Assessment Readiness - This webinar utilizes a portion of TEP's ...

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Test Anxiety Reduced for NPTE Success

After an unsuccessful NPTE attempt, Maria was referred to Therapy Exam Prep by a fellow colleague that had gone through the program with success. Maria was determined to be successful on her next attempt and was dedicated to her preparation. During the program, TEP saw a transformation where Maria's confidence grew as she tackled her test anxiety levels. "Before joining Therapy Exam Prep, I was unsuccessful in passing my boards. I was very discouraged and did not know where to begin studying again. I knew the information- that wasn’t the problem - my problem was test ...

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