Or just check out this best ways to study for the social work exam list:

  1. Start early. The earlier you start studying, the more time you will have to cover the material and the less stressed you will feel.
  2. Create a study schedule. Break down the material into manageable chunks and create a schedule that fits your lifestyle.
  3. Find a study partner. Studying with a friend or classmate can help you stay motivated and on track.
  4. Use a variety of study methods. Don't just read your textbooks. Try using flashcards, practice tests, and online resources.
  5. Get organized. Create a system for keeping track of your notes, assignments, and study materials.
  6. Take breaks. Don't try to study for hours on end without taking a break. Get up and move around, or take a few minutes to relax and clear your head.
  7. Get enough sleep. Your brain needs rest to function at its best. Make sure you are getting enough sleep each night.
  8. Eat healthy foods. Eating a healthy diet will give you the energy you need to study.
  9. Stay positive. Remember why you want to become a social worker. Keep your goals in mind and stay positive, even when the studying gets tough.

Here's a blog that used blog posting as an alternative to making flash cards--exactly the way SWTP got started. Posts include details about attachment, childhood development, several diagnoses (schizoaffective d/o, substance abuse disorders...), crisis intervention, suicide assessment and more.

Worth a browse!

There's no better way to put good study habits to use and prepare for the ASWB licensing exam than realistic practice, and we've got a lot of it.

Happy studying and good luck with the exam!

December 13, 2012
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