1,400 Questions!Preparing for the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE)? When you find yourself overwhelmed with the content and preparation, you will need affirmation. So, after completing your Practice Exam and Assessment Tool (PEAT) by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) and any other NPTE practice exams, you will have an idea of the areas you need more practice. This target is where NPTE Review will be a refreshing tool. NPTE Review divides the exam content categorically and presents it in a true/false format to break the monotony of studying. The true/false format focuses you on fundamental information that will strengthen your ability to answer more complex questions on the NPTE. NPTE Review's quiz strategy is designed to keep you motivated with a growing array of questions and persistent feedback. Be sure to let NPTE Review help strengthen your deficit categories.
NPTE Review is divided into 14 categories with 100 questions in each category. The categories can be accessed in a timed quiz format and in Study Mode. There is a 15th category that has all of the test questions presented randomly.
The categories presented are:
Musculoskeletal SystemNeuromuscular SystemCardiovascular SystemPulmonary SystemIntegumentary SystemOther SystemsGeriatricsPediatricsTherapeutic ExerciseTherapeutic ModalitiesEquipment and DevicesSafety and Professional RolesTeaching and LearningEvidence-Based Practice
NPTE Review is a study partner along your journey to improving your score!
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