Alicia passed the social work licensing exam with SWTP! 

I obtained my MSW in 2002 but never sat for the exam because I did have the need for it.  I got a strong foundation from NYU social work program that was primarily clinical.  Social Work Test Prep helped to freshen my memory and taught me things I know I didn't learn in social work school. For my style of learning, this was the ideal program for me. I was fully prepared for the exam.  

Congratulations, Alicia, and all recent exam passers!

Ready to pass the exam? What's your learning style? 

Visual Learners: Learn best through images, charts, graphs, and other visual aids. They benefit from seeing information presented in a graphical or pictorial format.

Auditory Learners: Prefer learning through listening. They tend to grasp information better when it's explained verbally, through lectures, discussions, or audio materials.

Kinesthetic/Tactile Learners: Kinesthetic or tactile learners learn through physical engagement. They learn best by doing, touching, and experiencing things hands-on. They may benefit from interactive activities and experiments.

Read/Write Learners: These learners excel in reading and writing activities. They prefer to acquire information through reading texts, taking notes, and writing summaries or essays.

Logical/Mathematical Learners: Thrive on reasoning and problem-solving. They enjoy dissecting information, making connections, and understanding the underlying principles and patterns.

Social Learners: Best in a group or through interaction with others. They benefit from discussions, group projects, and collaborative learning environments.

Solitary Learners: Prefer to work independently. They are most effective when studying alone and often rely on self-paced learning methods.

Verbal Learners: Have a strong affinity for words and language. They excel in tasks that involve verbal communication, such as debates, storytelling, and word games.

For everyone--regardless of learning style--practice tests are a crucial step to preparing for the licensing exam. We've got loads of those. 

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Happy studying and good luck on the exam!

August 24, 2023
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