Occupational Therapist (OT) NBCOT Exam Study Review

As an Occupational Therapist (OT) your job is to help a client achieve and fulfilling life. The patients are usually disabled in either a mental, physical, emotional, or developmental way. They need to learn how to sustain themselves, contribute to society, and function daily.

An OT is vital is helping these patients overcome their disabilities. Because of this, an OT must have proper license. An OT needs a post-baccalaureate degree, and must have certification. This certification varies from state to state, but the most common is the National Board of Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) Exam.

Many OTs that have already passed their NBCOT exam recommend the NBCOT-COTA Exam Secrets Study Guide: Your Key to Exam Success: NBCOT Test Practice and Review for the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Examination. It works on strategies, has questions, and covers the foundation to being a successful OT and passing the NBCOT exam.

Another book that many OTs have used is The Occupational Therapy Examination Review Guide by Johnson, Lorch, and DeAngelis. In five practice examinations, this book has 1000 review questions to pinpoint your weaknesses so you can improve them. There is a CD-ROM with 800 questions, customized into multiple practice exams.

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