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Find the Learning Style that is Right for You
Each person learns information differently. As you prepare for your exam, it is helpful to identify how you learn and retain information. There are three major learning styles which include auditory, visual, and tactile. This post will explore everything you need to know about the 3 learning styles.

How to Stay Motivated to Study During the Summer
Summer can be a natural time for many people to study for their licensure, especially those working as school psychologists or teaching in universities. It can also be a time for weddings, vacations, family reunions and a lot of distractors as well. Here are a few tips to combat those summer study blues.

5 Traps to Avoid when Studying for the EPPP
The EPPP is a daunting exam that takes 3-6 months to prepare for. Avoiding these 5 traps while studying to ensure success on your first try!

Tips on Studying for the National Counseling Exam
The National Counselor Exam (NCE) is a rite of passage in the field of behavioral health. You completed your master’s degree and are working in the clinical field but, there is another hurdle to cross before you can obtain your license.

Good Materials to Study for The Social Work Licensure Exam
All professional social workers are capable of passing the social work licensure exam, and yet, not every social worker passes the exam on the first attempt. The licensing exams are designed to be tricky for even the best social workers to pass. In order to pass, social workers need to be prepared for the test itself.

Just starting out: What I Wish I Learned in Psychology Graduate School
The information gathered and presented here is from actual young career professionals—ones who are just endeavoring out in their careers. They have been kind enough to share their wisdom and some information that might help out other young career professionals. We’ve compiled this information into a cohesive article of ways to get an edge in the field.

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.

Grand Challenge #8: Harness Technology For Social Good
Many of you probably already use technology in some form to help your clients and learn. If you use online software to input your client notes or turn in your social work papers using an online school program, you’re using technological advances. But the AASWSW believes that social work is behind other fields in the implementation of technology to help the people we serve.

3 Reasons Why Updated Study Materials Are Vital
In the behavioral sciences, it is vital to stay up-to-date on the latest laws and trends as you prepare for the licensure exam and when you enter your career.