I signed into the webpage and felt a ghostly disappointment wave over me as I read the words "FAILED" on the NBCOT pass results webpage. I was crushed when I found out I failed the board exam. I asked myself in my head:
"was I going to be an incompetent practitioner?"
"Can I afford to take this exam again? ... I am not working a job!"
"Will I pass the second time and what if I don't?"
What went wrong?!? I soon found out I was missing the steps of how to approach the exam before I even started studying (I studied hard the first round!)... when the grieving process began to fade a bit, I wiped up my tears from feeling like I was the only one left behind on the journey to the next step. The finish line: that ultimate win of becoming OTR/L was here and I had to bravely admit I surrender to the anxiety leading up to the test. It got the better of me! I researched and developed a plan to help me set up for success the second go around.... and it worked! That's why I created this 2 part video series.
To give you the plan to prepare before even getting started
Assist you on figuring out the tools utilized to study
To skip ahead to avoid the mistakes I made when I
delved into studying the material
To support the " I will pass" mindset
Getting to the source of the roadblocks in your headspace
Helping to increase your odds to pass the exam with confidence
Here's what students are saying about the video series:
I'm looking forward to providing you with the tools
to create more confidence for yourself,
decrease the anxiety building up
in anticipation of the exam.
As a result of taking the time out to process and reset,
you will find yourself becoming more productive
in preparing for the studying process
Congratulations to those future OTRs who have decided to get a clearer headspace today, click here to get your video series:
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OT interview mindset series is launching
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