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Written by Grant Mitchell MOT, OTR/L, Published on November 14, 2016

It seems to start with "if only I could get into grad school." However, the short-lived celebration turns into "I hope I can graduate."

It's exciting to graduate, except there’s the barrier of the NBCOT test, exponentially multiplied by the anxiety of finding and starting a new job. The good news is, the NBCOT is a pass-it and you’re in-for-life type of test! Then you need only to remain in good standing, renewing your certification every 3 years.

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Topics:LicensureNBCOTstudying for nbcottips for occupational therapy students

Written by Karen Tu, Published on March 9, 2016

You’ve passed your classes and completed your clinical affiliations. There's only one thing standing in your way to becoming a full-fledged occupational therapist: the NBCOT!

Just the mention of it sends chills down your spine. When should I take it? How do I pass it? What resources should I study from?

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Topics:NBCOTNew Grad Successresourcesreviewstudystudying for nbcottips for occupational therapy students


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