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I failed the physical therapy exam by 12 points. Does anyone have any idea on how to study for ths exam?
- realove336Lv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Purchase the FSBPT's PEAT: Practice Exam & Assessment Tool
It has 4 practice exams and gives you a detailed report on your areas of strengths and weaknesses on which to focus. It is available at: http://www.fsbpt.org/exams/peat.asp
The "National Physical Therapy Examination Review and Study Guide" by Susan O'Sullivan and Raymond Siegelman is an excellent book and CD (also with a practice test) available here: http://www.therapyed.com/nptexamreview.htm
International Educational Resources (http://www.therapyed.com/ptmain.htm ) also offers a two-day prep course:
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July 31 - Aug 1 Cullowhee, NC: Western Carolina University
August 2 - 3 Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University
August 9 - 10 Conway, AR: University of Central Arkansas
August 28 - 29 Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
September 9 - 10 Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Nova Southeastern University
September 9 - 10 Philadelphia, PA: Thomas Jefferson University
Sept. 16 - 17 Cincinnati, OH: College of Mount St. Joseph
September 16 - 17 New York, NY: Columbia University Medical Center
Sept. 16 - 17 Northridge, CA: California State University, Northridge
Sept 30 - Oct 1 San Jose, CA: Santa Clara University
October 7 - 8 Elmhurst, IL: Elmhurst College (Chicago area)
October 23 - 24 Houston, TX: Texas Woman's University
November 4 - 5 Rochester, MI: Oakland University
November 4 - 5 Springfield, MA: American International College
December 3 - 4 Toledo, OH: University of Toledo Health Science Campus
December 9 - 10 St. Louis, MO: St. Louis University
December 11 - 12 Abilene, TX: Hardin-Simmons University
Good Luck!Source(s): Taken the exam and passed using these resources.
- disbrowLv 45 years ago
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- younglady7826Lv 41 decade ago
Is there any chance you can find out what question you missed on the test, if you can maybe you can study that more...