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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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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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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Achieving NPTE Success

Here's a success story of how Andy overcame the NPTE after joining TEP's program in November 2014. "TEP has provided the necessary tools to overcome the NPTE. Before taking TEP, I suffered from nervousness/anxiety as well as how to analyze the question and what it is asking for in the exam. TEP's exam process and their clinical thinking analysis really helped me pass my exam. I scored an overall 54 points higher than my previous exam and in one section I scored close to 200 more points than my original. So trust the TEP process and give it some time. It is great ...

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Going from Almost Passing to a Solid NPTE Score

After an unsuccessful attempt at the NPTE, Nidhi Mehta had contacted Therapy Exam Prep in November for help on performing better for the next exam in January. Throughout the program, Nidhi was active by asking questions on the forums, implementing strategies and improving on her practice exam scores. By the end of the program, she had the confidence to face the exam with ease. Here is what she wanted to share with others: “I am happy to say that I am now a licensed physical therapist in the USA. I was working for 4 years post my Masters in Physiotherapy. In India, I ...

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TEP’s NPTE Success: Tonquita Knott

A year ago, Tonquita emailed Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) about being discouraged after an unsuccessful attempt and had asked for help to prepare for the NPTE with a new approach. It wasn't until July 2014 when she enrolled into TEP's 3 month online NPTE exam preparation program. Throughout the program, Tonquita was committed by being very active both asking questions to clarify and understand as well as supporting others while studying. Over six practice exams, her test taking skills improved and the scores went up. Here's what she wanted to share with others: "I would ...

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Vidhu Soni: NPTE Success with TEP!

Thank you Miye and TEP Team! I have no words to express my thanks for the incredible support by the TEP team. I passed both the NPTAE and NPTE by just applying TEP's tips & strategies provided by Miye in her program. I had lot of test anxiety but TEP helped me overcome it with positive thinking, affirmations & deep breathing. There are excellent resources on the forums to learn new topics & to clarify doubts. The Q&A threads on TEP's forum were so helpful to think clinically towards the exam. I used to spend the maximum amount of time answering & ...

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NPTE Studying Mistakes – Cramming Two Weeks Prior

“I feel like my brain is so full and can’t comprehend anything anymore! I’m so nervous that I feel I am forgetting things. What should I do? Cram more or stop studying? Help me, I want to PASS!” As the upcoming NPTE exam is soon approaching, I receive panic emails daily similar to the one above. The first thing I always mention to the person is to take a deep breath! I understand there may be some anxiety as to “whether I studied enough” or “there is still so much for me to cover.” With thoughts of doubt, it can increase any test anxiety and begin to ...

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