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Posted on December 17, 2013 by Bret Moore | 1 comment
Preparing for the EPPP is arguably the most stressful time in a professional psychologist’s life.  Although it’s been several years, Anne and I distinctly remember the anxiety associated with sitting for the exam.  Like most future psychologists, we pondered questions such as, “What happens if I don’t pass?” and, “Will all my hard work and sacrifice be for naught if I fail?” To be honest, the anxiety leading up to the EPPP is just one of those inevitable parts of the developmental...
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Posted on October 3, 2013 by Peter Thompson | 0 comments
During my internship year, I was required to take the Praxis School Psychology Exam.  I distinctly remember the intense trepidation shared by my classmates as we prepared to take this critical test.  Despite what professors or other staff told school psychology graduate students, if we did not pass this particular test, we would not eligible for a state license and could not practice psychology.   Even today, I continue to be amazed that you can be a stellar graduate student, but if...
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