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5 Reasons You Should Join an Online Study Group
You can stay in the comfort of your typical study space while reaping the benefits of joining a study group.

How to get the most out of your workshop
Attending a workshop is a great way to improve your clinical skills. Whether the focus of the program is to prepare you for your licensure exam or to learn new study habits, you will want to get the most out of the experience. Here are a few tips that can help you get the most out of your workshop.

The Goldilocks Effect - How Much Studying is
Spending over 400 hours EPPP study materials has shown negative results in exam prep. This group of people not only failed to improve, but were less likely to pass the exam.

Coaches’ Corner Recap: Beating Procrastination
Melissa and Jennifer discuss how to beat procrastination in our biweekly broadcast of Coaches’ Corner.

Coaches’ Corner Recap: Ethics and Crisis Questions
Ethics and crisis questions are not as straight forward as other types of questions. How do you answer them?

Why We Love AATBS Exam Coaches and You Should Too!
If your gym membership included a personal trainer at no additional cost, wouldn’t you utilize it? You have a personal exam coach included in your AATBS package.

Joining or creating a study group is a great way to connect with fellow exam preppers and to build support and confidence for your exam!

How do you balance the busyness of the holidays with exam prep? Our coaches, Melissa and Jennifer, give us some tips in our weekly Coaches' Corner on Facebook live.

Find Work-Life Balance While Studying for the MFT Exam
Drive, excellence, information and activity are necessary for MFT success and productivity. But these four components can actually steal productivity and throw off our work-life balance. How do you achieve a successful balance of studying for the MFT exam and your personal life? There is no clean-cut answer to solving a life imbalance but we can begin to solve it by noticing what is being stolen.

As we talk to people preparing for their exams, one of the most frequent pain points is time management. How does one go about balancing studies with normal life?