TherapyEd’s Preparation Course for the NBCOT®'s COTA® Exam

The COTA® exam is a high stakes exam and TherapyEd’s course is the best way to prepare for it.

Revised and updated for the new exam blueprint, the course is offered throughout the year at Occupational Therapy Assistant programs across the country. Whether taking the exam for the first time or repeating it, our intensive one-day course will help direct and focus your preparation to help you pass the exam.

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TherapyEd’s OTA Prep class creates a social learning atmosphere that is individual, responsive, immediate, and dynamic. The course stresses developing critical reasoning skills within the context of the exam. Active learning is emphasized, including practice in reading, interpreting, and answering multiple choice questions to help assess individual strengths and weaknesses. At the heart of the course, instructors motivate and teach students to breakdown and analyze questions to understand why one answer is the best among three or four possible choices and why three answers are the best among six possible choices. Appropriate tools and resources to implement a successful study plan are provided and actual exam behaviors are replicated to better develop the reasoning abilities needed to be successful on the exam.

Course materials include TherapyEd's best-selling National OTA Certification Exam Review & Study Guide and the TherapyEd OTA Course Manual.

TherapyEd's new, 3rd edition Review & Study Guide (798 pages with 3 complete practice exams) for the COTA® exam is in full color for improved comprehension, contains a complete content review for all topics on the COTA® exam, 600 Multiple Choice test questions, complete question rationales, and diagnostic online exams to help determine individual strengths and weaknesses. It is completely updated for the current exam outline and includes 3 online exams to help students prepare successfully for the exam.

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I thought online office hours was very helpful.  It gives you an insight of what will be on the exam.  How to prioritize the subjects and focus on things that are commonly learned or used in class and FW.  How she mentioned to focused more on Neuro/Stroke patients versus trying to memorize all the medications and try to remember common medications and the contraindications.  That it’s impossible to know it all 100%.  Also, to review interventions for diagnosis, because that’s most of the exam.  I really liked the practice questions at the end.  Those were really helpful.  Kind of what we did in preclinical.  I liked it, plan on joining every Tuesday and Thursday.

Joshua O, Keiser University