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Helen Carey

I agree with Jessica in terms of the best strategy for answering questions with the best response, even if you have a differing clinical opinion. I remember thinking…”that was a stupid question” several times. Also, in the absence of conclusive evidence comparing the different methods, we can’t really say that our answers are incorrect.

It is very likely that therapists will leave the test disagreeing with questions and answers, especially in areas where they have clinical expertise. Obviously, your goal is to pass the exam, so try not to get wrapped up in the quality of questions. Your knowledge and expertise makes you a more effective clinician, so try to focus on what you have learned in this journey and not get caught up in the questions themselves.

Thanks for bringing this information to our attention so we can relook at the evidence for future exams.