You’ve probably noticed that my website has gone through a bit of an overhaul lately. What began as a little tweak turned into a major site upgrade, and I think that it will really improve the user experience. Click around the site and let me know what you think!
Results are now starting to come in for the January 2018 NPTE, and it’s always a bittersweet time for me. I work like crazy to get students through the exam, and it is a huge rush when I see them succeed. It is a huge milestone.
On the flip side, I also start getting emails from people who didn’t pass the exam. This is always a tough conversation as I try to help them dissect their performance and work to improve for the next attempt.
If you have failed the NPTE, it is so distressing to see the “fail” on the results screen. If you haven’t already, check out the article that I wrote a few years ago to help you get through this hard time. See the article here.
At PT Final Exam, I have the great privilege to lead groups of students in live classes towards their NPTE goals. We focus heavily on helping students make their weaknesses become their strengths.
I know that in the world of PT preparation, there has come to be a wide choice of options available. It is wise to choose the course that fits with your personal needs the best. If you have any questions about my courses, feel free to reach out to me anytime.
In any case, your goals should always be to improve your weaknesses and hone your test-taking skills. The NPTE tests you on how well you can apply the knowledge that you have in your brain to novel clinical scenarios. In my course, we specialize in practice questions and case studies, helping you apply your book-smarts to become street-smarts. 🙂
Again, take a look at the website and let me know what you think. As always, happy studying!