Therapy Exam Prep – Prepare for the NPTE | NPTAE Online TEP teaches clinical thinking as it applies to the PT exam. The NPTE and NPTAE are no longer purely academic exams and your preparation should reflect that. 2016-04-28T21:13:53Z https://therapyexamprep.com/feed/atom/ WordPress Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[Free Live Webinar: How to Prepare for the NPTE During the Summer Time]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=2170 2016-04-28T21:13:53Z 2016-04-28T21:13:53Z Preparing or studying for the NPTE or NPTAE during the summer time can be stressful and create anxiety. Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) is providing a free live online webinar about how to prepare for the exam during the summer time season. This webinar is to provide what to expect during the summer time season, common […]

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Summer TimePreparing or studying for the NPTE or NPTAE during the summer time can be stressful and create anxiety. Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) is providing a free live online webinar about how to prepare for the exam during the summer time season. This webinar is to provide what to expect during the summer time season, common mistakes made while studying, and strategies to implement right away. This webinar is meant especially for those that are preparing for the upcoming July NPTAE or NPTE exams. Seats are limited and reservation is required.

The date for the webinar is May 3rd at 6 pm PST.

There will be no replays of this webinar.

Click to Register for the How to Prepare for the NPTE During the Summer Time.

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Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[Your NPTE Score: Behind the Scenes]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=2160 2016-04-28T08:48:28Z 2016-04-28T08:48:28Z Congratulations on taking your NPTE! Now the week long wait begins to get your exam results. A week may seem like a long time to get your results back; however, over a decade ago candidates had to wait a month for their results to arrive by postal mail. While you may be anxious to know […]

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Congratulations on taking your NPTE!

Passed ScreenNow the week long wait begins to get your exam results. A week may seem like a long time to get your results back; however, over a decade ago candidates had to wait a month for their results to arrive by postal mail. While you may be anxious to know your results instantly, there is a process taking place during this time period before delivering you your final results of the exam. Below are answers to questions you may have while you wait for your exam results.

What happens after I submit my NPTE?

Your exam along with the others are collected from each testing site. With hundreds of testing centers across the United States, this can take a couple of days to be gathered collectively from Prometric to then be delivered to the FSBPT.

Once FSBPT receives all of the exams, what happens next?

All of the exams are then checked by the FSBPT for any duplicates or incomplete scores. Each candidate is also verified to ensure they were actually registered for the exam and also to make sure that there weren’t any scores received by a candidate that wasn’t registered for that exam day. The FSBPT then reviews all of the submitted answers and checks to be sure the responses are right.

What else is going on during this period of time?

There are several types of investigations that may be underway by the FSBPT. For example, policy violations that may have been reported at a particular testing facility. Additionally, certain candidate scores may be flagged in cases where there is a sharp increase in score compared to a previous attempt. In this particular situation, the candidate will see a pending status when checking online and the score will be withheld until cleared by the FSBPT. The candidate will answers a series of questions before the score is released.

When does the score get sent to the State Boards?

Once the FSBPT has gone through the due diligence, candidates’ scores are then sent to their respective jurisdiction five days after the exam date.

When can I know about my status of the exam?

You are able to check your status of either “PASS” or “FAIL” seven days after the exam. In some states, you may be able to check after 9 pm on the sixth day.

When do I have access to a score report?

You can expect a free score report from FSBPT 10 days after the exam date and is available for 30 days to view online. If you don’t want to wait to know your result, you can order an individual score report to receive the results within 24 hours by paying an $80 fee. For candidates that did not receive a passing score, a performance feedback report can be purchased for $90.

Are the exam scores scaled based upon the highest score?

No, FSBPT exams are “pre-equated” before they are given out. The passing and scale scores are already determined prior to the candidate taking the exam.

Within a week you’ll know your results, so until then don’t stress out and do something to enjoy yourself. If for whatever reason you find that you didn’t pass, you can attend Therapy Exam Prep’s online webinar for guidance on “Being Successful After Being Unsuccessful.”

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Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[TEP’s Free Live Webinars for April NPTE]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=2147 2016-03-28T19:14:04Z 2016-03-28T19:14:04Z Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) provides a series of three free online live webinars for the upcoming April NPTE. These online live webinars provide components of what has been provided in TEP’s course and want to share with all that are taking the upcoming exam. The seats are limited and reservation is required. The dates for the webinars […]

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MC testTherapy Exam Prep (TEP) provides a series of three free online live webinars for the upcoming April NPTE. These online live webinars provide components of what has been provided in TEP’s course and want to share with all that are taking the upcoming exam. The seats are limited and reservation is required.

The dates for the webinars are: April 4,5 and May 10 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 accurate assessment criteria in determining how solid of a pass would be. Factors that contribute to the pass is determined by test taking skills, being able to apply clinically towards the exam and how other factors such as confidence and mindset plays a role on a successful score. There is a lifetime limit now on the number of attempts to take the NPTE / NPTAE and therefore want to be sure you are solid before taking the exam.

Part 2: Exam Tips & Techniques – This webinar provides useful strategies two weeks prior, the day before, during and after the NPTE exam. Techniques are provided on how to stay focus during the NPTE as well as being able to control other influences that can make an impact on the resulting score.

Part 3: Being Successful After Being Unsuccessful – This webinar is to help those that didn’t succeed on the NPTE or NPTAE. Those that attend will learn how to evaluate what went well and what possibly prevented them from a successful attempt. This webinar is geared towards providing steps on how to proceed for the next attempt, deciding whether to wait or to continue to study, and how to make the next NPTE to be a smoother successful journey.

Click here to register for the webinars. There are no replays of these live webinars.

Before taking the exam, be sure to learn and avoid these NPTE / NPTAE mistakes with this valuable video series here.

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Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[TEP’s Free Live Webinars for January NPTE]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=2097 2016-01-06T21:00:44Z 2016-01-06T21:00:44Z Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) provides a series of three free live webinars for the upcoming January 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 […]

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MC testTherapy Exam Prep (TEP) provides a series of three free live webinars for the upcoming January 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: January 11, 12 and February 8 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 accurate assessment criteria in determining how solid of a pass would be. Factors that contribute to the pass is determined by test taking skills, being able to apply clinically towards the exam and how other factors such as confidence and mindset plays a role on a successful score. There is a lifetime limit now on the number of attempts to take the NPTE / NPTAE and therefore want to be sure you are solid before taking the exam.

Part 2: Exam Tips & Techniques – This webinar provides useful strategies two weeks prior, the day before, during and after the NPTE exam. Techniques are provided on how to stay focus during the NPTE as well as being able to control other influences that can make an impact on the resulting score.

Part 3: Being Successful After Being Unsuccessful – This webinar is to help those that didn’t succeed on the NPTE or NPTAE. Those that attend will learn how to evaluate what went well and what possibly prevented them from a successful attempt. This webinar is geared towards providing steps on how to proceed for the next attempt, deciding whether to wait or to continue to study, and how to make the next NPTE to be a smoother successful journey.

Click here to register for the webinars. There are no replays of these live webinars.

Before taking the exam, be sure to learn and avoid these NPTE / NPTAE mistakes with this valuable video series here.

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Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[Mental Shift – What I did to pass the NPTE]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=1945 2015-12-10T06:40:47Z 2015-12-10T06:40:24Z Therapy Exam Prep was recommended to me by a past candidate. On commencement of my 4 months of NPTE preparation, I felt extremely anxious about the exam and the implications if I failed. After watching the first few videos I felt very supported and much more comfortable with the journey. Miye and her team are […]

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Sally KippsTherapy Exam Prep was recommended to me by a past candidate. On commencement of my 4 months of NPTE preparation, I felt extremely anxious about the exam and the implications if I failed. After watching the first few videos I felt very supported and much more comfortable with the journey.

Miye and her team are amazingly knowledgeable about what it takes to succeed, as well as the common emotions and challenges candidates experience along the way. The first thing I needed to do was to trust their method and to change my mindset around what I thought I needed to do to pass.

Realizing the NPTE is not an academic exam

Like so many others, I thought I needed to read the study guides cover to cover and learn everything about the NPTE academically. Following TEP’s guidance around how to develop focus topics, a study plan and then executing the study was a massive shift for me but wow it really worked. I also needed to trust and shift my previous methods of answering multiple choice questions. Following the TEP exam process was what led me to my success but it did take practice.

It is hard to pinpoint just one part of the program I found most beneficial because I got so much out of all of it. I think for me, aside from the exam process of course, I really benefitted from the variety of study methods TEP taught me i.e. videos, webinars, assignments, forums, textbook referencing, web searches, definitions etc. It took the monotony out of studying and allowed me to do harder methods on days I felt strong and easier things like watching a video on days I felt tired. It was also really good to learn that I needed to listen to my body and to do more on days I felt good and less on days I felt not so good. For sure not doing more than 6 hours a day is key.

I overcame a lot of anxiety with TEP’s support and teachings. I also overcame rigid ideas I had about how I should study, and how I should answer MC questions, which I can now see would have not led to my NPTE success.

I think every candidate should partake in TEP for at least 3 months.

One piece of advice I would give candidates is to listen to and trust the TEP methods. They really work. It takes a bit of time to avoid the urge to go back to old study habits, but it is well worth that leap of faith.

I owe so much to Miye and her team, as well as the other candidates partaking in the course with me. I don’t think anyone should go through this process alone. It is very challenging but with TEP’s support and methods, it can be enjoyable and help you relax a lot. Thank you to TEP.

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Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[Free Live Webinar: How to Prepare for the NPTE During the Holidays]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=1955 2015-12-02T18:31:27Z 2015-11-25T06:59:56Z Preparing or studying for the NPTE or NPTAE during the holidays can be stressful and create anxiety. Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) is providing a free live online webinar about how to prepare for the exam during the holiday season. This webinar is to provide what to expect during the holiday season, common mistakes made while […]

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Christmas TreePreparing or studying for the NPTE or NPTAE during the holidays can be stressful and create anxiety. Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) is providing a free live online webinar about how to prepare for the exam during the holiday season. This webinar is to provide what to expect during the holiday season, common mistakes made while studying, and strategies to implement right away. This webinar is meant especially for those that are preparing for the upcoming January NPTAE or NPTE exams. Seats are limited and reservation is required.

The date for the webinar is December 1st at 6 pm PST.

There will be no replays of this webinar.

Click to Register for the How to Prepare for the NPTE During the Holidays.

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Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[How I Increased My Confidence to Pass the NPTE]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=1933 2015-11-09T23:17:51Z 2015-11-09T23:17:51Z I had a bumpy road approaching the NPTE. We had a comprehensive exam in school that we needed to pass in order to graduate. I failed the first attempt, after that we were given one more attempt, which I also failed. At that point I was not able to graduate with my class. Two months […]

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Nicole Griffin Pass the NPTEI had a bumpy road approaching the NPTE. We had a comprehensive exam in school that we needed to pass in order to graduate. I failed the first attempt, after that we were given one more attempt, which I also failed. At that point I was not able to graduate with my class. Two months later however I did pass the exam! Then I became eligible to take the NPTE.

At that point I started to have test anxiety. After my failed attempts with the comprehensive exam, I was extremely nervous approaching the NPTE. Needless to say I also failed my first two attempts at the NPTE with scores of 567 and 566. I knew I needed a different approach to the exam because reading through the study guides was not enough.

What made me choose TEP was the holistic approach. They focus on my anxiety and that I was not alone really helped me increase my confidence. I also loved being able to chat with others who were going through the same thing, the camaraderie among those participating was amazing. The live webinars were always a great experience as well. The test taking strategy was something I used with during the NPTE and it helped me to really hone in on what the question was asking. Then creating a comprehensive study plan and focusing on one system a day allowed me spend more time on my problem areas and grasp concepts that I had not really understood prior.

I do not doubt that TEP and the team involved aided in my success to pass my third attempt. My confidence increased and my family was able to see that as well. For those who may be in the same boat as I was, know that you can do it if you don’t give up! Take your time and breathe, it always works out even if it’s not the way you originally planned. Go slow and make sure you are fully prepared before you sit for the exam. Have confidence in yourself.

YOU CAN DO IT!

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Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[Staying Focused while Preparing for the NPTE]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=1921 2015-11-08T06:14:41Z 2015-11-08T06:11:57Z I would like to take a moment to thank you and the other member PTs for dedicating your time and sharing your knowledge and tips on being successful on the NPTE. Your program helped me stay focused throughout these past 3 months, even when I really didn’t want to study I would still have to […]

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Margarita Weatherman Passes NPTEI would like to take a moment to thank you and the other member PTs for dedicating your time and sharing your knowledge and tips on being successful on the NPTE. Your program helped me stay focused throughout these past 3 months, even when I really didn’t want to study I would still have to learn something knew and be accountable for my preparation. This program kept me going even when I got sick. The results spoke for themselves on October 28, when I took the NPTE and, a week later learned, passed the exam! I have to add, the idea of learning something knew every day is turning itself into a habit now.

I was determined to pass my NPTE on my 1st attempt and knowing that I was not ready to in July, I withdrew and rescheduled for October. However, I was not certain how to approach my preparation over the coming months. My brain was scattered, so I turned to looking over the Internet and discovered the TEP. I am so happy that this program was available at the time I needed it the most! First and foremost, my anxiety level dropped significantly as I saw a strategy with personal study plans being put in place, as well as addressing the mental and physiological requirements to last through such long and exhausting exam. Implementing the strategies of learning how to read the questions and weed out unnecessary information while looking for the right answers was a tremendous help in learning to respond in a time efficient manner.

I found plethora of valuable and helpful tips and information through the forums, assignments and practice readings/ questions offered in the webinars. The TEP strategies also showed me how I could make educated guesses on the actual NPTE even if the answer itself was not known. Finally, TEP program taught me how to approach each question clinically and see it as a new patient I had to help the best way I knew how.

With PT members providing feedback and guidance on consistent basis, I feel that my time was wisely spent by being a part of this program. I would recommend the TEP program to anyone trying to improve their chances of passing the NPTE and becoming the professional they always wanted to be!

Thank you again for helping me to achieve my goal!

Regards,

Margarita N. Norina Weatherman, DPT

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Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[Renewed PT Career- How I PASSED the NPTAE]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=1715 2015-10-16T09:17:05Z 2015-10-16T07:15:06Z I’m one of the many foreign graduates of Physical Therapy of the 1990’s and trying to find my way back in the loop of the field of Physical Therapy after 19 years. Reviewing for the NPTAE can be really hard and very challenging. Prior to joining the TEP program, I enrolled in a basic course […]

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Gwenn Reynolds - Passed the NPTAEI’m one of the many foreign graduates of Physical Therapy of the 1990’s and trying to find my way back in the loop of the field of Physical Therapy after 19 years. Reviewing for the NPTAE can be really hard and very challenging.

Prior to joining the TEP program, I enrolled in a basic course online in order to help refresh my knowledge and to help prepare to take the NPTAE. Although it was helpful it geared toward academic thinking. I was browsing the FSBPT website and they recommended TEP so I enrolled into the program. I decided to take the plunge and review using TEP’s holistic approach by being prepared emotionally, physically, as well  as intellectually. One of my favorite quotes is:

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” I have just taken my FIRST step by enrolling into the TEP program. I am definitely undertaking a journey whenever I attempt to learn NEW information or review old information. My BEST chance of success is an organized, steady plan of learning. I started slowly, one step at a time, and aim to ultimately reach my goal of passing the NPTAE on first attempt.

TEP’s program helped me to focus the important subjects to study, how to study smarter and think clinically. The constant online support helped me to overcome my fears and anxiety. I always look forward to the live webinars twice a week.

The key to passing the NPTAE is to use the TEP’s exam process where I was taught how to approach each question in a systematic way. Practice makes perfect! I have taken 8-10 full length practice exams. Just think of the NPTAE as a marathon. I would highly recommend that you purchase the PEAT and include it in your mix of practice exams; it gives you a feel on how the real NPTAE is like on the screen.

I am eternally grateful to GOD for guidance, thanks to my family and to Miye and TEP team- Karen, Kitty and Rafael. Your course has proven to be very helpful to those re-entering the workforce and those preparing to take the NPTAE.
Thank you TEP and it’s just a matter of time, my ultimate goal is to finally pass the PT Boards.

Gwenn Reynolds

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Miye https://therapyexamprep.com <![CDATA[TEP’s Free Live Webinars for October NPTE]]> https://therapyexamprep.com/?p=1695 2015-10-16T07:40:46Z 2015-10-05T05:48:33Z Therapy Exam Prep (TEP) provides a series of three free live webinars for the upcoming October 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 […]

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MC testTherapy Exam Prep (TEP) provides a series of three free live webinars for the upcoming October 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: October 20, 21 and November 10 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 accurate assessment criteria in determining how solid of a pass would be. Factors that contribute to the pass is determined by test taking skills, being able to apply clinically towards the exam and how other factors such as confidence and mindset plays a role on a successful score. There is a lifetime limit now on the number of attempts to take the NPTE / NPTAE and therefore want to be sure you are solid before taking the exam.

Part 2: Exam Tips & Techniques – This webinar provides useful strategies two weeks prior, the day before, during and after the NPTE exam. Techniques are provided on how to stay focus during the NPTE as well as being able to control other influences that can make an impact on the resulting score.

Part 3: Being Successful After Being Unsuccessful – This webinar is to help those that didn’t succeed on the NPTE or NPTAE. Those that attend will learn how to evaluate what went well and what possibly prevented them from a successful attempt. This webinar is geared towards providing steps on how to proceed for the next attempt, deciding whether to wait or to continue to study, and how to make the next NPTE to be a smoother successful journey.

Click here to register for the webinars. There are no replays of these live webinars.

Before taking the exam, be sure to learn and avoid these NPTE / NPTAE mistakes with this valuable video series here.

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