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    Canadian license exam

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    Hi1
    can anybody guide on good site for preparing for canadian license exam..i have applied for emmigration to canada
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    rePCE

    check out...
    National PT exam preparatory guide by Sullivan- get this book and read like mad.


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    hey...can you give advice/ websites for emmigration to ca please?


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    hey jaish,
    you never told that you are willing for immigration to canada other wise i would have given you infos in bulk, im having a lot info about immigration to canada and pce


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    Info for immigration

    hi Swapnil!
    Can u give any info on transition jobs and pay scale for physio's in canada.
    Sana


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    Re: Info for immigration

    hello sana,

    The average starting salary in canada is approximately $42,000 with therapists in the private sector generally earning a higher rate. Therapists in senior clinical positions earn about $55,000 and those at higher levels (e.g., administrators or educators) earn considerably more.


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    Could anyone tell me if the O'Sullivan book is as useful for the practical part of the exam as I have already passed the theory. Thanks.


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    license Exam level

    Hi!
    I m therapist in India and want to know that if reading this book 'only' will clear the license exam or I need to study some other books. How tough is to find job out there..how long will it take to settle out in profession.
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    hi,
    i found the O Sullivan book for NPTE very good covering almost all subjects of physiotherapy,but i don't know whether its enough for the license exam.


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    Canadian lisence exam

    I did not find the O'Sullivan book helpful for the practical portion of the CPE (but it was very helpful for the written portion).

    The key to passing the practical portion is being familiar with the style of the exam. You must always introduce yourself, obtain consent, ask the patient if they have questions, etc. The practical exam is frustrating because the scenarios are fake and you have to do the things you think they want to see, not necessarily what you would do in real life.

    Good luck.

    Willeseden


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    any one tell me from where i can get this book?

    i think the site not have enough information

    anyone have pass this exam can help


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    hi there
    could anyone tell me if the PT examination review by Theresa Meyer any good for the canadian PT exam?


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    Re: Canadian license exam

    i got PR for canada and i m coming toronto on 10 feb, 2016 , i did my BPT from Dolphin inst. Dehradun, India on 2009 and currently working in Kathmandu, Nepal. will u please help me out regarding PCE of canada


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    Re: Canadian license exam

    Hi everyone,

    Thought I would post in response to your inquiries regarding PCE prep. Pt Exam Prep is a small company dedicated to helping international physiotherapists become certified in Canada. Pt Exam Prep offers a 6 week comprehensive course to get you fully prepared for all topics tested on the PCE. Our group of certified physiotherapists guide you through a complete workbook either in our face-to-face course or via Skype in our online course. With a ratio of 1:3 (instructor-students) our instructors work closely to ensure your understanding of concepts and exam materials. Our next available course begins on Dec. 11th or Dec. 16th. Visit www.ptprep.ca for more information : )

    If you are not interested in our 6-week course, we also have Mock Exams to test your readiness. Our 100 question Mock Exam can be a key indicator of your preparedness to write the PCE. (scores of 70% or higher indicates understanding of test material)

    If you would like more information or have any questions don't hesitate to reach me at info@ptexamprep.ca

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    Re: Canadian license exam

    good , what about fees?
    any other information


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    Re: Canadian license exam

    Hi guys i m new to this forum i am coming alberta in june how to start prepraton here in india..plz guide


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    Re: Canadian license exam

    Hi Santhos,

    Our course costs $2000.00 and as of now (over the past few years) we have had a 90% first attempt passing rate. Our physiotherapists (who are the tutors) are excellent in ensuring you understand not only the material but how to successfully write the exam as well. We help to get you on a path to success with our comprehensive coursebook as well. Alternately, you could also take one of our 100 question Mock Exams. These exams are difficult and represent questions similiar to those on the exams. We have been able to gather the results from these exams and can now gauge how prepared a student is for the PCE by their score on our Mock Exam (70% or higher will likely lead to a successful PCE attempt).

    If you have any more questions please email info@ptexamprep.ca We would love to answer any other questions you might have. We can also arrange a phone conversation if you are interested.

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    Re: Canadian license exam

    Hi Dear PTE candidates
    Optimalrehab is a well-known physiotherapy cooperation that offers preparatory courses for written and clinical national exam for internationally educated physiotherapist who are interested in becoming registered physiotherapist in Canada. We have been conducting our classes since 2011 in the province of Ontario and we have an excellent rate of students passing both clinical and written exam. Classes are on one-on-one basis and they are held in North York area in a physiotherapy clinic. We have recently added an online preparatory course that students can register as well. Please visit our website at Optimalrehab for more information
    you can also email:poonehafkary@gmail.com OR optimal_rehab@yahoo.com



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    Re: Canadian license exam

    Hey guys,

    I have stumbled upon a few facebook sites that may help for people planning to take the licensing exam in Ontario.

    This is a facebook group where people meet up to practice:
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/PCEclinicalcomponent/

    This is a page of an institute that does prep courses in toronto that seems to have some very good feedback and decent price compared to the ones ive seen so far:
    https://www.facebook.com/PTDInstitute/

    Hope this helps!


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    Re: Canadian license exam

    Hi Dear PTE candidates
    Optimalrehab is a well-known physiotherapy cooperation that offers preparatory courses for written and clinical national exam for internationally educated physiotherapist who are interested in becoming registered physiotherapist in Canada. We have been conducting our classes since 2011 in the province of Ontario and we have an excellent rate of students passing both clinical and written exam. Classes are on one-on-one basis and they are held in North York area in a physiotherapy clinic. We have recently added an online preparatory course that students can register as well. We also have more than 1000 sample questions for written. Please visit our website at Optimalrehab for more information
    you can also email:poonehafkary@gmail.com OR optimal_rehab@yahoo.com



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    Re: Canadian license exam

    Hello PCE and NPTE Aspirant ,
    We ( brainsmithphysioguru@gmail.com) are your one stop platform to crack license Physical Therapy Exam. We have been teaching to pass licensure exam for 4 years now .We provide a real time online classroom interaction with meticulously researched success oriented study material . We understand that even the most learned student with great knowledge get hiccups when it comes to facing the multiple choice questions and that’s the beauty of the exam that it brings out the best hidden clinician in you. In order to help you explore and grow as a clinician and crack the exam , we cover all the subjects from basic to advance level in progressive manner so that you not only get a strong hold on the subject but can also use the concepts to answer the most trickiest questions in the exam . We also understand that every student had a different learning curve and have their own style of memorizing , so we also provide access to all the recorded lectures so you can watch them again and again during your revision and plan your own strategy for the exam preparation. We understand that its the most important exam of your life and the importance of a good mentor , companion cant be overlooked . We offer you that support at every step of your struggle . Associating with us will be the most fruitful investment of your life.

    We teach about 45 lecture for musculoskeletal, neurology & Cardio plumonary with duration of 2-3 hour per lecture. Our charges are so nominal that at the end it comes about $4-$5 / hour. please send us email on brainsmithphysioguru@gmail.com for more details. Also follow us on facebook .
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    Re: Canadian license exam

    Hi Guys, These are the key points that we discussed during our Theory Exam Class
    • Your playing field with the vignette questions are limited to the information provided in the question. Modify your answers based on the scenario presented and not based on your general practice experience

    • Remember to read lines below the diagrams and pictures in David Magee, specially the special tests. You need not to know all the tests that are mentioned in that book. Very important that you guys remember that theory part of the especial tests ex: the position of the limb, angle at which tests are performed, false positive etc.

    • Please read the first Chapter of David Magee thoroughly. Also, the first few pages of each joint are important. Rest, you can skim through if you have time.• Read Stroke, ALS, MS, Parkinson, TBI and Spinal cord injury thoroughly from Sullivan. Do not forget to learn the names of all Outcome Measures

    • Peripheral Nerve Disorders is very IMPORTANT

    . • Please do not forget to read women’s health, surgical interventions, and management• Focus on the boxes and highlights mentioned in chapters in Colby Kisner

    • Do not forget to “make friends”. Visit your friend often so that you can recall them easily in your exam

    • Remember the Triage method of exam preparation.

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    Exclamation Re: Canadian license exam

    Hello everyone!

    Physio Exam Academy is an online community dedicated to helping future physiotherapists in Canada pass the PCE. On our website you will find:

    • PCE Study Guides
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    Re: Canadian license exam

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    Have a look at our PCE study tool at www.myepe.ca. EPE was the first online study guide of it's kind and even now we're the top choice for student's looking to pass the Canadian PCE. EPE covers what you'll need to guarantee a pass on both the written and the practical PCE, plus because it's completely online it's really easy to use and you'll study for the PCE exam in the same way you'll take the PCE exam.



 
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