January 2014 NPTE
It seems like time is just flying these days. It’s hard to believe that we’re already in the holiday season and that the next NPTE is just weeks away at this point. The next NPTE is to be held on Wednesday, January 29, 2014. I believe that many of those who will be taking the January exam are likely retaking the exam and are quite familiar with the process of getting ready and registering for the exam. Perhaps this blogpost will serve as a reminder to get everything put together in time for the next exam. The key dates to remember are these:
- December 23 – You must have registered and paid for the exam on the FSBPT website. At the same time, you must submit an application for licensure in the state of your choice.
- After receiving the Authorization to Test letter from the FSBPT, you must then register for a seat at a Prometric Testing Center by January 15.
- The NPTE will be administered on Wednesday, January 29.
- Scores will be reported to the jurisdictions on February 5, and the free score report will be available on February 12. Most of the time, the jurisdictions will report to their respective candidates whether they passed or not.
I’ve mentioned before how I am doing a mentored study group called the Mastermind Study Groups in which we will complete assignments and go over practice test questions together. You will also have access to me via email or skype chat appointments. For those of you who feel like you need some direction in your studies, please feel free to register and join the group. The syllabus is available to everyone for free and could serve as a guide for anyone who wants to take advantage of the outline I give to review for the test. As always, my primary goal is to be an awesome resource for anyone taking the NPTE.
Please contact me if you have any questions. I love answering emails from individuals who need a little coaching and advice. I did great on the NPTE, and you can too. Check out some of my other blog posts that help clear up a few of the areas of treatment that can be tricky on the NPTE.