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Practice Exams* Practice Exams- You gain unlimited access to over 7,000 exam questions as often as you like day or night!

* Diagnostic Exam - Start studying by taking our computerized Pre-Study Diagnostic Exam to see what areas you need to review. The diagnostic exam determines your knowledge baseline. At the end of the exam, you receive a composite overall score and specific scores in each content area.

* Comprehensive Review - Test Data Banks cover all areas tested by the National Social Work Licensing Exams. After finishing an exam you are given answers to the questions and have the opportunity to continue testing in that area or choose another exam domain.

* Missed Question Bank - A data base is created of all your Missed Questions that you can access until you get them correct

* Progress Report - An updated bar chart of your progress every time you take an exam is presented so you can monitor your progress!

* Start Here Section - The basics to understanding the exam and how to choose the answers THEY want rather than what you THINK is correct. BreakStart Here down a question so you get it right the first time. STEP 1. Classify the question, STEP 2. Identify Foundational factors, STEP 3. Contextual Coding, STEP 4. Case Study Alerts.


Case Studies Explained* Case Studies Explained - Practice what you just learned. You are taken step-by-step through a typical exam case study so you fully understand how to choose the correct answer.


Gotta Know* Gotta Know - This section contains flashcards of important terms and concepts you WILL run into on the exam.


Alerts* Alerts- There are specific alert words that you need to identify in multiple choice questions. When you see these words you should be thinking about specific concepts or ways of dealing with a problem.


Theory Questions* Theory Questions - You have to know your general theories to answer questions on the exam. This section has multiple choice questions dealing with: Adlerian, Behavioral, Berne, Ellis, Erikson, Existential, Freud, Glasser, Horney, Kohlberg, Maslow, Perls, Piaget, Roers, Sullivan and Bandura.


MFT Questions* MFT Questions - Social Work always crops up on the exam. Review multiple choice questions divided into: Bowen, MRI, Solution, Strategic, Structural, Systemic, Communication, Experiential, Psychoanalytic, Cognitive-Behavioral, Contextual and Narrative.


Case Study 01-03* Case Study 01-02-03 These areas consists of case studies each with ten multiple choice questions pertaining to that scenario.


Case Analysis* Case Analysis- Review Case studies and determine therapies, disorders, key words and other information you need to evaluate.

DSM Analysis* DSM Analysis- Read a detailed study of a typical Social Work situation and answer questions sharpening your analysis and diagnostic skills to answer Best choice, Do first, Most important type questions.


DSM Case study* DSM Case Study- Diagnosistic impression based on a typical case study is your task along with 10 questions about the case study.


DSM terms* DSM Terms- Knowing the diagnostic criteria is a must! This area is covered using case study, terms and matching


DSM Matching* DSM Matching- Match diagnosis with characteristics, symptoms duration and intensity on Axis I-IV


Assessment Power Point* Assessment Power Point- Fifty videos covering assessment tools such as Beck Depression scale, WRAT, 16PF, TAT, Luria-Nebraska, HTP, Stanford Binet and others.


Assessment Tools* Assessment Tools- What assessment should you use? Learn when and how you would require the use of the BDI-2, ACL, CAT, MMPI-2, HTP and others.


Defense Mechanisms* Defense Mechanisms- Is it denial, regression, projection, reaction formation or just displacement. Read these case studies and name that Defense Mechanism!


Medications* Medications- Sometimes the answer to a multiple choice question is as easy as knowing why the client is being given Paxil or Thorazine. These you need to know!


Matching Meds* Matching Meds- Match Anti-psychotics, Mood Stabilizers, Stimulants and others with the medications that are given to treat these symptoms.


Info* Matching- Match stages of development with Erickson, Freud, Kohlberg, Freud and others.


Case Study Groups* Case Study - Groups- You need to know about groups for the exam. In this section you are given a group case study and 10 questions dealing with that case study.


Addictive Substances* Addictive Substances- Review Stimulates, Depressants, Opiates, Inhalants, Hallucinogens, and Cannabis.


Definitions* Definitions - Hundreds of terms and definitions for you to learn so you can understand what a question is truly asking.


Study Buddy* Study Buddy- You don't have to go this alone even if you do live in Alaska or Hawaii (or even Georgia). With the internet you can email, ichat or skype. We provide a board where you can post or find someone who wants to study.


Secrets to Passing* Secrets to Passing- Ever heard of Fusion? Comparison? Classification? or Order? Knowing how a multiple choice question is constructed will help you choose the right answer.

* Test Taking Strategies - A special section is available that explains how to take Analogies, Fusion, Comparison, and Classification Type Multiple Choice Questions, Order of Correctness, Keywords and Guessing techniques to pass the exam.

* Study Strategies - If you don't have a plan of where you're going or how to get there, chances are neither of them will happen. Our study strategies helps to maximize your precious time so you can pass the exam and get on with your life.


Video Secrets* Video Secrets- Here are eight areas to get you started on your quest to passing the exam: Getting Started, Approaching the exam, Taking notes, Remembering information, Multiple Choice 01 and 02, Overcoming test anxiety and what to do the Day of the exam.


Video Anxiety* Video Anxiety- You might know all the information to pass the exam but if you experience test anxiety, recalling that information becomes difficult if not impossible. Work here on Pre-test anxiety, Staying Relaxed and Reducing anxiety.


Video Theories 01-02* Video Theories 01-02 - Sometimes you've just had it with reading and taking exams and need someone to just give you the information you need. Here are 20 videos covering, TA, Reality, Ellis, Logo, Jung, Adler, Gestalt,Freud, Behavior modification, Behavioral, Rogers, Piaget, Communications, Bandura, Erikson, Kohlberg, Maslow, Narrative, Bowen, Skinner and Binet.

Coping with Stress* Coping with Stress- I love this area. A flashcard comes up and give you a suggestion of something to do for the day to decrease your stress! Try it!


Activities* Activities- This section is perfect when you're really tired of studying but still want to stay engaged - We constructed learning games where you relax and learn and even enjoy the process - Our latest, "Heads Up" by renowned Java game designer Robert Likamwa teaches you in a fast-paced, fun-packed, mind-challenging manner.

Learning Module* Learning Module- This is a special section to get your mind in gear for the exam. It consists of a vignette and what considerations you would choose and options you would avoid.


Challenge* Challenge- This is a tough one. You have to get ALL the questions correct to win. There are five questions per set but still it's a challenge.


Crossword Puzzle* Crossword Puzzles- Just what it sounds like. Across and Down. Match the words with the definitions.


Notables* Notables- Once in a while you may be asked about a notable professional in the field: Nathan Ackerman, Franklin Frazier, Ida Bell Wells-Barnett, Mary Cromwell Jarrett, etc.


Podcasts* Podcasts- You've got to exercise sometime but that shouldn't prevent you from studying for your exam. Load your Ipod with audio material from our site or go to Itunes and get our latest Podcast of content material.


Study Break* Study Break- Take some time off from studying but don't stray too far. Stay on the computer and enjoy some well deserved down time.


Theories* Theories- Review Adlerina, Existential, Gestalt, Interpersonal, NLP, Object Relations, Operant Conditioning, Person Centered, Freud, REBT, TA, Reality and Erikson


Online Content* Online Content- This section covers content material that you can access while you are on the Internet. The topics in this area change daily.


Flashcards* Flashcards- A tried and true method for learning material you need to know. Test your knowledge and memory for those basic facts you need to know


Clink* Clink- This has been tried over 10,000 times. A sampling of questions from our extensive database has been loaded into this area. Every question you answer correctly puts a penny in the jar! Sadly, just like in life, the pennies are taken out of the jar for each incorrect response.


Memory* Memory - Your subscription also allows you to access the memory section where mnemonics will help you remember the information you need to pass this exam!


Groups* Groups- This is a downloadable PDF file that will give you all the information you need about groups for the exam.


Breaking News* Breaking News- Every time someone calls us up and says, "You know, it would be great if you would put some more information on this topic...." our content specialists research the area and create a PDF file that is put in this section.


Theories Case Study* Theories Case Study- Knowing the basic information about a theory is not enough. This section makes you apply the theory to a case study.


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