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How Pass the MBLEx Massage Certification Exam

Finally out of massage therapy school, now you need to take your MBLEx or state exam. Most states now days will let you take the MBLEx that will suffice and meet all requirements necessary to get your massage therapy license. The MBLEx exam is also the better test to take and the most popular test that students prefer to take. My advice is to take the MBLEx as soon as you can, or as soon as you get out of school, whichever comes first. The longer you wait the time that allows your brain to forget all that you have learned.

If by some chance you don’t or can’t take the test right away after completing massage therapy school, I highly recommend you getting a tutor, take a course, or better yet, an online study guide that will help you with the stuff that will be on the MBLex. Don’t think you can take the certification exam without studying. You will waste a lot of money, time, and cause yourself a lot of grief and agony. I have known many people who assume just because they went to massage school that they can pass the test without some kind of refresher course. It simply won’t happen.

The day of the test, be well rested, deep breath and be ready. A good night’s sleep the night before sounds simple but so important. Don’t rush and hurry through the test, simply take your time for there are over 200 questions and no time limit. I have been doing this for over a decade and try to help future or current massage therapist’s a lot of wasted energy, grief, money and time. If you follow my steps and need my program, I guarantee you will pass your massage therapy exam.

Journey to Become a Physician Assistant

The physician assistant or PA is a healthcare profession who works under the supervision a licensed physician. Before you really get into this profession, you have to do some researches about what are the tasks that carried out by a PA. It is better that you meet any fresh graduate from this field of study and try to get the opinions from them. Take some time to evaluate their feedback before you start your journey of becoming a PA.

Once you have decided to start this journey, all you need to do is to look for a college or school which offers accredited PAs. Normally, this particular program takes two years to complete.

Initially, it is important to look into the types of training required in your country. Some countries require the Basically, PAs must have an academic qualification at least a bachelor degree in pure science such as bachelor degree in chemistry or biology. Other than that, a PA must have good moral conduction and must be at least 21 years old and above.

During the training, students will undergo training related to medical studies like:

  • Pathology
  • Human anatomy and physiology
  • Pharmacology
  • Microbiology
  • Internal medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Emergency medicine
  • Obstetrics and gynecology
  • Geriatrics
  • Surgery
  • Psychology

Both theory and practical are trained in this period. Students are also required to perform physical examination on patients as a part of their course work. Occasionally, students have to work more than one of these rotations under supervision.

After theory exams and practical training, students are required to sit for the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam (PANCE) in order to obtain the license of this profession.

Make the PMP Exam a Happy and Stress-Free Exam

It has been common to us to be really nervous during the PMP Exam. It even turns out to be the most stressful day of our entire lives. You might feel wanting to stop but you must not! You have given a whole lot of your time for that and it would be a waste of everything if you give up now. Think positive and move on, be confident that with all the sacrifices you did, you will pass. Trust in yourself and you will do great. You have the right to pass. But, if you really want to delay for awhile your exam, you could tell the Prometric testing 2 days before the exam or 35 days if paper-based exam.

During the examination day, you should bring important things with you. And your Identification is one of it. It should have your signature and photo in it. If you have a driver’s license, you could use it. But if you’re identification card does not have a signature, you could your other cards like ATM and bank cards. However, Prometric centers doesn’t allow Social Security Cards and Library Cards to be your identification card.

Also, never go to take the exam without preparing yourself.

– You should sleep early the night before the exam to gain more strength,
– eat healthy and nutritious foods like fruits and oats, if time allows you could at least have a short exercise, jog for a few rounds, to freshen up your body, mind and spirit,
– wear something comfortable. It’ll help you feel better and confident, and
– review your notes.

And be early half before the exact time for your exam. You could still relax a little bit, feel the fresh air and feel prepared, unlike being on time – you’ll be taking the exam while catching your breath!

As you start the test, they will be giving you a paper, pencil and a calculator. Before the test is given, write down first everything that you have remembered. You could look at your paper during the exam and it won’t that hard for you to answer. You may get too nervous to remember everything that you have studied. It is better to write it down while you are still relaxed as soon as the paper was given to you.

After that long and nervous test, stay calm! Relax! And you should feel great for you have done your best to take and pass the test. You don’t have to worry much because you will be receiving the results of the exam after 10 days. But, if you didn’t pass the test, don’t feel dismayed. Failure is part of our lives. Besides, it’s never been the end of the world. You can retake the exam again. And if ever you didn’t pass, all you need to pay is for the re-examination fees. So cheer up!

So, be ready for the exam. I’m sure you’ll do great; especially, you have done your best part for it. You deserve to pass. Be prepared and take the PMP exam with full confidence. Good luck!

Copyright (c) 2010 John Reiling