National Physical Therapy Exam and Review, 1st Edition
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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The Key To Success on the National Physical Therapy Exam! Earn Your Licensure with the Help of this Student-Friendly Board Review Includes 100-question practice exam Brimming with color illustrations, numerous tables, valuable chapter Summaries, checklists, plus 100+ Q&A, this visually appealing and highly engaging review is the perfect way to prepare for the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE™) for physical therapy licensure. This user-friendly review is written to parallel the exam and offers concise information on a broad range of topics found on the actual exam. Within its pages you will find insights from expert professional physical therapists on each component of the exam, encompassing a complete review of essential NPTE content. Here’s why this is the ultimate National Physical Therapy Examination review: • Valuable introductory chapter details what to expect on exam day and reveals test-taking strategies designed to maximize your score • Chapter-ending multiple-choice questions test your knowledge of specific topics • Each chapter opens with “High-Yield Terms to Learn” and concludes with a checklist of what you should know or be able to do upon completing the chapter • Color highlighted summary tables encapsulate important information, making it easy to study and remember • A practice exam with 100+ questions • Logical systems-based chapter coverage, plus special topics such as geriatrics and pediatrics