Ida wrote:There is a content outline in the Candidate Information Bulletin, and a list of reference texts. You should collect as many of the texts as you can (you dont have to get all of them, just as many as you can), and use them to study the subjects on the test content outline. Some people make a notebook with a subject at the top of each page, and they take notes from each of the texts. That's a good way to review.
There is no other study guide because there is no one book that could prepare you for the exam. it is ideal to read all the sources you can get during your apprenticeship so that you can begin to apply what you study to your clinical experiences. The beauty of the NARM PEP is that it integrates your didactice and clinical education into your apprenticeship, and lets you learn from your preceptors while you study.
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