McGraw-Hills NPTE National Physical Therapy Exam, Second Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 2, 2012 - Medical - 1055 pages
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Everything you need to pass the NPTE on your first try is right here!

McGraw-Hill’s NPTE (National Physical Therapy Examination) will help you study more effectively, use your preparation time wisely, and get the best score possible. With this unmatched review, you’ll sharpen your subject knowledge, strengthen your thinking skills, and build your test-taking confidence. It delivers exactly what you need to excel: a concise outline review of the curriculum that’s consistent with the APTA’s Physical Therapy Practice, important information about the NPTE, can’t miss test-taking strategies, a comprehensive practice exam and a Q&A-packed companion website and CD-ROM.

Includes:

  • Easy-to-follow outline review of every topic found on the exam
  • Valuable test-taking strategies and exam overview
  • CD-ROM with a 600-question practice exam
  • Study pearls that highlight must-know material
  • Companion website with 600 NPTA-style questions, answer explanations, and references
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    User Review  - LisaSPT - Borders

    I would not get this book - it has too many errors. There are simple things like spelling/grammar, but then you take the end of the chapter quizzes or full length tests, and you find errors in the ... Read full review

    Contents

    II Tests and Measures
    157
    III Procedural Interventions
    895
    IV Examination Prepration
    1017
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    About the author (2012)

    Mark Dutton, PT
    Allegheny General Hospital
    West Penn Allegheny Health System
    Adjunct Clinical Instructor, Duquesne University
    School of Health Sciences
    Pittsburgh, PA

    Mark Dutton is a practicing Physical Therapist at West Penn Allegheny Health System in Pittsburgh, and an Adjunct Professor at Duquesne University. In addition to writing several books for McGraw-Hill, he is also the Editor-In-Chief of the AccessPhysiotherapy.

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