If you’re an aspiring Occupational Therapist who needs to complete your exams or raise your current score, we can help you reach your goal with our upcoming test preparation course for the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) exam. You’re ready to begin your career, so don’t wait any longer spending additional time retaking examinations that you just can’t seem to pass. Our program is developed by experts in the field who know the ins and outs of the profession, as well as the assessment itself. With us, you will increase your knowledge and confidence while learning techniques to prepare for the exam.
Increased Scores & Pass Rates
When you’re planning to take an examination, it’s important to be ready and to feel self-assured. Proper preparation will put you in a position to succeed. OT graduates who have prepared with us have either raised their current score or increased passing rates overall through our classwork. We know you are more interested in beginning your job as an occupational therapist than you are about challenging the NBCOT exam, so why delay?
You will actively participate in our collective classes online and attend interactive webinars. While these are informal in their nature, the information you receive will be anything but casual. We use many resources to help you achieve success:
- Titled materials recommended by your school
- Specialized study guides
- Practice exams
- Exam-taking tools
- Flash card study systems
We use numerous formats to teach and prepare you, so you can count on receiving a comprehensive practice preparation education. You won’t be limited to specific times either, so you can attend during the day or in the evening. This flexibility allows you to maintain your daily responsibilities while simultaneously preparing for your upcoming assessment. Also, we don’t want to limit students whose first language isn’t English. We offer the exam preparation course in an ESL (English as a Second Language) format that reflects our consideration for Spanish-speaking students who are taking the NBCOT exam. Our goal is to bridge communication gaps between the English medical terminology and Spanish translations as it relates to NBCOT exam-related content.
Guidance & Accountability
We have no doubt that you will be a competent occupational therapist once you’re in the field, but not all eager individuals can work right away because they are unable to pass their NBCOT exam. The best way to complete the assessment quickly is to enroll in our exam preparation course because, in addition to knowledge, you receive guidance and accountability.
Since you’re dedicated to your future profession, we understand that very few people are skilled in board preparation. This is why we offer our courses, which result in higher scores and increased passing rates. The exam contains a vast amount of information, and it can be challenging to target where to start when you get ready to study. Our courses provide you with a wealth of knowledge and resources, as well as guidance from experts in the field. You can expect an in-depth review of each section of the assessment. While some people are self-disciplined, not everybody is inclined to planning their test preparation efficiently. Board Preppers offer you accountability through classes and exercises. Wouldn’t you rather get involved in the job instead of dedicating hours to perfecting your study skills? With us, you can swiftly shift from aspiring OT to a qualified, employed occupational therapist.
Our Test Preparation prepares an OT for the NBCOT Exam
Board Preppers can give you the tools and information you need to pass your NBCOT exam. With us, you’ll master test-taking strategies and learn tips for managing your time. Don’t let anxiety and exam stress get the better of you; our preparation course will steer you in the direction of success!
Disclaimer: These courses may be limited based on space. Online and on-site class start dates may vary. We consider most needs and will address specific concerns on an individual basis. Board Preppers is trademarked and is a separate entity from NBCOT.