Therapy Team – NPTE
NPTE – 5 weeks online: Designed for the recently graduated US Educated Physical Therapy graduate who has previously attempted the NPTE and failed by less than 30 points. Covers the material on the current FSBPT 2013 Content outline from a clinical and exam viewpoint by combining, written material, three webinars per week and written projects to better prepare the candidate to pass the NPTE.
NPTE – 9 weeks online: Designed for the recent (4 or more attempts), returning or foreign educated Physical Therapy graduate. Covers the material on the current FSBPT 2013 Content outline from a clinical and exam viewpoint by combining, written material, three webinars per week and written projects to better prepare the candidate to pass the NPTE.
Break up with the NPTE exam TODAY!
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After almost four years with the current content outlines and over 20 years’ experience of preparing students for both the NPTAE and talking to them afterward about their overall exam experience and examining their Role Feedback reports, we believe that the current versions of the NPTE and NPTAE are the hardest ever.
Test Anxiety: We can help. We offer recommendations how to deal with this stressful environment. We cannot cure test anxiety, but knowing what common test recommendations that worked perfectly fine in school are prohibited activities during the NPTE/NPTAE can help you be prepared for the unexpected during your exam.
Despite the challenges, the experienced instructors at Therapy Team have studied all available information about the new exam forms and attended more FSBPT conferences than any other review company. You get what you pay for in life isn’t it now time to invest in the most effective NPTE/NPTAE review courses available?
Who Needs to add the Pre-Course?
If knowledge is a problem, you have been out of school over two years or you were internationally educated add the Pre-Course option. This is a review of basic physical therapist knowledge that is designed to be reviewed prior to your course start date.
If you have learning disabilities expect to need to devote more time to the Internet Seminar than most.
Both online courses are available to you 24/7 and in order to fulfill the requirements of the papers, tests, and discussion board on a weekly basis you need to be involved every day. It is estimated that most students will need to devote at least 30 hours a week to the course throughout its duration. You will get personalized feedback during the course and a certificate of completion if you have met the minimal requirements that are accepted by many States for remediation or re-take authorization purposes (Call your State Board to see if they accept our Internet Course before enrolling)
*A high-speed Internet connection is strongly advised.
Note about January 2018 Content Outline Changes
Therapy Team and its writing team has been busy at work for several months to update all written materials to follow the new Content Outlines for both the PT and PTA exams that goes into effect January 2018. While the outlines are similar, the organization is different and there are new areas.
This is our fifth content outline change since 1996 so based on publically available information, we know that pre-test questions that have been written for use in 2017 will be on the July and October exams as pre-test items and even some live items will have a newer feel even though they were written for the 2013 outline.
Rest assurrred that even though the October tests and our reviews are still based on the 2013 outlines. We are prepared to give you heads up in certain areas of how a topic could be tested slightly differently in 2018. These Pre-test items are not scored, but seeing something you do not expect or study for can really freak you out and where we think there could be confusion, we will do our best to give you a warning of the possibilities.
Review our Internet courses content and webinars here