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Written by Matthew Alpert, OTR/L, Published on July 25, 2016

What are some tips for studying for the NBCOT?

Studying for the NBCOT has been one of the most arduous and rigorous tasks in an occupational therapists journey. Lot's of graduating 3rd years ask me about studying techniques for the NBCOT and so I decided to put together this short Q&A list. Here are six tips to help any new grad study for the NBCOT! Feel free to share this with friends!

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Topics:LicensureNBCOTstudy tipsstudying for the NBCOTtips for occupational therapy students

Written by Tracy Milius, Published on July 20, 2016

As you achieve your professional degree and look back on the years spent studying the theory and practice of occupational therapy, you may be eager to focus on a specialty straight away. Before setting yourself on a path that could box you into neuro, acute rehab or another area, consider the benefits of continuing to practice as a generalist.

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Topics:alternative career pathsCareersClinicaloccupational therapy settingsrural areas

Written by Lauren Elitzak, OTR/L, PT, DPT, Published on July 8, 2016

In a recent conversation, I was asked that million-dollar question: What is Occupational Therapy? And How is it different than Physical Therapy?

If I had a dollar for every time, I was asked that question I wouldn’t have to work anymore! But is that what I want? Definitely not!

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Written by Matthew Alpert, OTR/L, Published on July 4, 2016

Recently I was asked to take part in a Q & A session with a new graduate occupational therapists about the NBCOT and here are some of the questions that came up.

Considering I was just in school, it's interesting being on the opposite end of the spectrum. I decided to create a series of articles discussing the hottest topics and then adding some of my personal experience as icing on the cake.

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Topics:examLicensureNBCOTstudying for the NBCOTtest


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