Athletic Training Exam Review: A Student Guide to Success / Edition 3 available in Paperback
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Join the thousands of students before you who have been successfully guided through the exam process with Athletic Training Exam Review: A Student Guide to Success--now available in an expanded and revised Third Edition.
Lynn Van Ost, Karen Manfré, and Karen Lew begin the Third Edition of Athletic Training Exam Review by establishing a framework for how a student should prepare for the BOC Certification exam. In addition to information on various study techniques, important test-taking strategies, and the examination format, methods are offered to improve concentration and time management.
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About the Author
Lynn Van Ost, MEd, RN, PT, ATC, graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor’s in nursing from West Chester State College, West Chester, Pa; in 1987 from Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa, with a Master’s in sports medicine/athletic training; and in 1988 from Temple University with a second Bachelor’s in physical therapy. In addition to treating the general orthopedic population as a physical therapist, she has worked with both amateur and professional athletes and has over 11 years experience as an athletic trainer working with Olympic-level elite athletes at numerous international events, including the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympic games. She currently works as a clinical specialist in sports medicine at Hunterdon Medical Center in Flemington, NJ.
Karen Manfré, MA, ATR, graduated from State University of New York at Brockport in 1977 with a Bachelor’s in physical education/athletic training and from Rider University with a Master’s in educational administration in 1999. She has been in education for over 20 years and has worked as an athletic trainer at many levels of competition, including professional, elite, and intercollegiate. She currently serves as the head athletic trainer for Hunterdon Central Regional High School in Flemington, NJ.
Karen Lew, MEd, ATC, LAT, graduated from the University of New Orleans in 1996 with a Bachelor’s in health and physical education and from the University of Louisiana at Monroe with a Master’s in education in 1997. She is involved with the athletic training education program at Southeastern Louisiana University where she currently serves as the interim program director of athletic training education. In addition to her duties at Southeastern Louisiana University, she has been involved with the Universal Cheerleaders’ Association since 1993. During that time, she has served as an athletic trainer at a variety of camps, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the the annual New Year’s Day Parade in London, England.
Table of ContentsContents
About the Authors
Written Simulation Latent-Image Pen and Answer Booklet Instructions
Chapter 1: Study Techniques and Test-Taking Strategies
Additional Study Suggestions
Specific Test-Taking Strategies
Decreasing Your Test Anxiety
What to Bring to the Examination
Chapter 2: General Information and the Examination Format
Eligibility and Applying for the NATABOC Certification Examination
Development of the NATABOC Certification Examination
The NATABOC Certification Examination Format
Chapter 3: Written Examination Sample Questions
Chapter 4: Written Simulation Sample Questions
Chapter 5: Practical Practice Sample Questions
Chapter 6: What To Do If You Do Not Pass the First Time
Appendix A: Sample Study Calendar and Daily Log
Appendix B: Answer Key-Written Examination Sample Questions
Appendix C: Answer Key-Written Simulation Sample Questions
Appendix D: Helpful Websites