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Social Worker in San Diego, California

48 months ago

I passed the first LCSW exam and am currently studying for the second and love the Therapist Development Center exam prep by Amanda Rowan.

I found it after months of using AATBS and Gerry Grossman for the first exam. I was feeling really frustrated with their rationales and material and felt that the more I studied, the more confused I became with their practice exams.

The Therapist Development Center was by far the most useful exam prep! Amanda presents the information that is actually tested on the exam in a very clear and concise way.

She has a series of teleconferences that focus on the most important items. She teaches you how to be really present with the questions and clear cut strategies to answer questions such as "what would you do first?"

I could almost hear her reasoning going through my head as I was answering questions during the real exam and it lowered my anxiety.

I was really thankful to find this program and have been telling everyone I know, but thought I would share it online too(because that is how I first found it)!

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Joanne Francis in Brooklyn, New York

48 months ago

Negarit in New York, New York said: I would say I am a competent social worker. I always receive positive feedback regarding my performance in previous work places. However, I have poor test taking skills and anxiety problems. I spent a lot of time, money and energy preparing for the LMSW exam. I failed three times. I find it very difficult to get an employment in the field without the license. Emotionally, I am frustrated and I have no idea how to help myself. Any suggestions?

I heard about this program, I was told it is very good. The website is www.lmswexambootcamp.org

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bg in New York, New York

48 months ago

I can relate. Failed 2x. If you can afford it, I recommend www.aatbs.com (Assoc. for Advanced Training in Behavioral Sciences) . When I subscribed, abt. 5 yrs. ago, cost was approx $200. It was worth every penny!! You're given: online practice questions, phone assistance w/ qualified professionals, and several thick books, each on different areas in SW. I also have severe exam anxiety. I organized my own study group, from people I found on testing sites, who were having same problems. I 4 people who wanted to be part of a study group. I organized a schedule & asked everyone to get this program --for those people who couldn't afford it, we shared costs, books, online access -- and we studied intensely for abt 4 months. 3 out of 5 of us passed. I was one of the fortunate ones. I found it much easier to study w/ other people going thru the same difficulties. We made it as enjoyable an experience as possible, meeting at different peoples' houses, bringing pot-luck meals, etc. I found it to be a tremendous support. The three of us who passed began looking for work. 1 person found something, told me about it and I got a job with her. It was a gratifying experience all around. And, we stayed friends to this day!!! Everyone said that the aatbs program was excellent. They were all happy I suggested a tool that finally helped!!!

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jeannec in Albany, New York

47 months ago

I too have failed the exam 4 times. I've been frustrated and anxious over taking it again. I've spent too much money on exam cost and several exam courses and preps. I also have anxiety especially with test taking. 2012 was an extremely stressful year but now I am feeling like trying again. I am going to try the NASW on line practice exam and take the exam in early Feb. Hopefully this time I will pass.

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DJ in Jamison, Pennsylvania

47 months ago

I passed the LCSW exam my second time around. It really helped to have someone process the material with me on a weekly basis. My fiance helped me study and understand the material better. I took the online course via NASW, and plugged away at it a couple of months before the exam. I also have extreme anxiety with test taking. The biggest thing that helped me is taking the pressure off of myself. I went in with the attitude that the test wasn't going to make or break me. I did a lot of positive self talk and encouragement. The bottom line is, you're not going to know every single piece of material on the test. Don't second guess yourself and try to go with your gut on answers. Try not to rumintate too much on each question and trust yourself. I went in the second time around not being fully prepared, but I trusted myself and didn't put so much pressure on it. Study with someone who can help you process the material, whether they're in the field or not. Good luck!

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jeannec in Albany, New York

47 months ago

Good advise...thank you!

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Depressed in Stockbridge, Georgia

47 months ago

Dana in Mcdonough, Georgia said: You were right.... Studying from the practice test rationales, God helped me to PASS! Praise the Lord.
Thank you.

I just took my test today and failed I need a REAL GOOD class in the Atlanta area can I get some recommendations... I have been out of school for sometime I that test was hummm I dont know about it

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Depressed in Stockbridge, Georgia

47 months ago

WOW I just took the LMSW today it was not nice to me LOL..... I need a recommendation of some GOOD prep classes in the Atlanta area helpppppppp

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tbw799@*****.*** in Brooklyn, New York

47 months ago

Seeking to join or organize a study group in bk.

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rm in Brooklyn, Michigan

47 months ago

I certainly feel for everyone I two have now taken the LCSW exam twice failing both times My question/concern is that in these study guides I have purchased to study not to mention taken the course here in MI with LEAP I find it questionable that we would have questions in the study guides pertaining to medications and whether they are atypical, SSRIs, MOAs,or tricyclic seems to me that is out of the scope of practice and expertise as a social worker since we would either refer to a medical doctor or a psychiatrist for medications- I have found other areas in the study guides as well that contradict what told in the class like not reading more into a question than need- but yet given a question that everything in the paragraph points to generalized anxiety however the correct answer in the guide was caffiene intoxification with no mention anywhere about the client having had caffiene prior to appointment. Several of the questions are difficult at best due to the grammer/punctuation-not having graduated all that long ago "07" know the material but find it difficult to know what they are asking -wonder if anyone else has had that experience with the study guides. I to am looking at one more chance to pass before I loose my job of 9 years am unemployed with no chance of working and am recently widowed being sole support. Really frustrated with the material out there found a site that shows an instructor standing in front of a class on you tube found on aswb site showing the many theories the instructor states on video to his class that of those taking the test 25% will never pass it. I find that disturbing. It has to say something about the test when so many walk out of the test site not passing and several co-workers have also taken it and failed 3 & 4 times prior to passing -Just saying-and I know statistics can mean many things. I too struggle with tests but gradutated from Comm College with All USA Academic honors and honors in Bachelors and Masters- Concerned!

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rm in Brooklyn, Michigan

47 months ago

Jeanne C in Albany, New York said: I just found this and feel this is helpful to me as I can relate to many of you. I received my MSW is 2005. I took the exam for LMSW 2 x and failed. I have test anxiety too. I was then able to take the exam for LCSW after 3 yrs of experience, and failed this 2 x as well even after getting special accomodations. I was under alot of stress from my employer to get my licensure, and when I failed again I was terminated. I am having trouble finding work cuz every agency requires license. Fortunately I have unemployment insurance . I was so upset after loosing my job that I just kept avoiding studying. Now I am preparing for the exam again and hope to take it again in September. I'd appreciate any suggestions.

Very sad that good social workers are unable to practice because a test determines ability-social work class taught us that as social work generalist we would know how to find the resources-to help/empower our clients -no one said we were going to have to maintain every exact detail in our minds-that was what all our books, CEUs, Internet,colleagues and other tools were to be used for. Licensure was to help us not put us out of work!

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jeannec in Albany, New York

47 months ago

I hear you and agree. I failed the LMSW twice and the LCSW twice, and I was terminated from my job in March 2012. I have tried several exam websites and studied for 2 months. After loosing my job I was fortunate to get unemployment....however I am still out of work cuz most SW jobs require licensure. I am finally back to studying again n planning on taking the LCSW exam in a month. Due to my test anxiety I was also able to apply for and get special accomodations which gives you your own private room and 2 extra hours. I am hoping to pass this time....cuz I dont want to give up. The 2 sites I used were socialworkexam.com, and am now taking a practice exam similar to the exam ASWB w/ 170 questions through socialworkguide.com. I have it for 2 months for around $60.00. Good luck to all of you who have been struggling with this. I think that they should make some changes to the exam...or at least give us a reduction in the cost. I think a take home exam would be great!!! :-)

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crawfoll in Spartanburg, South Carolina

46 months ago

So what do you plan to do next. I have struggled with passing the test too and I don't know what to do next. I don't want to pay for another practice examination or more study material, but I know that a strategy is needed. If people who have passed the test have materials they would like to donate please contact me. Or people who are studying would like to trade material send me a message. I trying to think of things to do differently!

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crawfoll in Spartanburg, South Carolina

46 months ago

My story is very similar to your story and I really like what you stated. I truly believe that one day we will pass the test. What study material did you use? My hope is that we would have an opportunity to only take the portion of the test that we failed instead of the entire test. Maybe would should get together and advocate for that. Why should we have to take the portion we have already passed?

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aesturgeon@*****.*** in Tacoma, Washington

46 months ago

Michele in Plainview, New York said: Hi, I was wondering if you took the exam again. I took the exam in NY in 2011 as well and did pass. I am seriously the worst test taker and have anxiety thinking about taking any standardized exams! I was looking for advice when I was studying, from other recent grads who had taken the exam, but I found so little feedback. I decided to create a website for this reason:

sites.google.com/site/socialworkexamhelp/

I plan to add content and advice regularly...let me know what you think!

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Hello!! I tried to click on the link and it says site unavailable...? :(

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jeannec in Albany, New York

46 months ago

I was unable to connect to this website as well.

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glenny222 in Far Rockaway, New York

46 months ago

JRJ in New Milford, New Jersey said: Glad I found this forum..I live in NJ. I have yet to pass LMSW exam. I have been debating whether or not to take LMSW EXAM Bootcamp in NY. There is one day ( 5 hour workshop) Its a little far for me. Has anyone heard of it? have any feedback? Did it pay off? It will be my third time taking it. I plan on taking it early March.. I missed it by 6pts the first time, and second time by one. I know I came close to passing it, but have not been motivated to study lately.

I am currently rolled in the bootcamp weekly classes in Manhattan with Chaparro-Madiero. I am so happy with their techniques on answering the questions. They are experts in how to answer the questions and dissect every word on questions. I love love this prep course. It worth every penny. I now get a score of 95-100% on practice questions. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED..Glenny T.

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TJ in New Milford, New Jersey

46 months ago

glenny222 in Far Rockaway, New York said: I am currently rolled in the bootcamp weekly classes in Manhattan with Chaparro-Madiero. I am so happy with their techniques on answering the questions. They are experts in how to answer the questions and dissect every word on questions. I love love this prep course. It worth every penny. I now get a score of 95-100% on practice questions. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED..Glenny T.

I am glad you are finding the bootcamp helpful. Its a great program. Its one of the reasons why I passed my LMSW exam in NJ. Best of luck!

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jmzam86 in Randolph, Massachusetts

45 months ago

Negarit in New York, New York said: I would say I am a competent social worker. I always receive positive feedback regarding my performance in previous work places. However, I have poor test taking skills and anxiety problems. I spent a lot of time, money and energy preparing for the LMSW exam. I failed three times. I find it very difficult to get an employment in the field without the license. Emotionally, I am frustrated and I have no idea how to help myself. Any suggestions?

I am in the same boat as you. I live in Massachusetts and have failed the LSW twice and because of it I was recently laid off. I have invested so much time and money into preparing myself for this exam. I took the practice exam provided by ASWB and passed that one. I feel just as emotionally scarred as you and not sure what the next step should be.

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depressed-k in Sugar Land, Texas

45 months ago

Negarit in New York, New York said: I would say I am a competent social worker. I always receive positive feedback regarding my performance in previous work places. However, I have poor test taking skills and anxiety problems. I spent a lot of time, money and energy preparing for the LMSW exam. I failed three times. I find it very difficult to get an employment in the field without the license. Emotionally, I am frustrated and I have no idea how to help myself. Any suggestions?

I also took the LMSW test 3x and failed. I do not know exactly how many I had correct or wrong because they only gave me the word Failed. I studied for 2 months straight and felt very confident. Yet several questions did appear tricky with 2 high possible answers. I believe these questions should come from Social Work Professors and no one else. They know the concepts and what our duties are on a daily basis. There are no questions relative to the social work education and what we were taught
and have used in life daily. Such as using only one subjest such as substance abuse, hospital care, crisis intervention and family therapyas seperate entities. The volume composition is too broad for the average Social Worker, working 1 or 2 jobs in life. I believe there are too many topics. After a few years, many of the education from any discipline gets rather stale.
Study information is only helpful if the test is clearly worded based on 1 or t topics.

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bmosparty in Ann Arbor, Michigan

45 months ago

I just passed the LMSW test this morning. It was my third attempt. The first two times I used other study guides. This time I tried the LMSW bootcamp. I followed the process. I studied with a partner and took 2 practice ASWB exams. The Bootcamp program helped me pass by a larger margin than the failing by 1 or 2 questions previously. When I would feel stressed or start to become unfocused, I would go back to the basic process and rules. It helped to narrow it down to 2 every time and often down to 1 choice. It can be done but it was not easy. Not for one second of the process. I feel like a weight has been lifted. It has been 6 years of stress for me. I am free and feel for others out there who are struggling. Believe in yourself and kick that exam in the hindquarters.

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jeannec in Albany, New York

45 months ago

Congratulations!!! I am taking my exam on 4/23 and this will be my 5th time. I am hoping to pass this time.

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negarit in New York, New York

45 months ago

Negarit in New York, New York said: I would say I am a competent social worker. I always receive positive feedback regarding my performance in previous work places. However, I have poor test taking skills and anxiety problems. I spent a lot of time, money and energy preparing for the LMSW exam. I failed three times. I find it very difficult to get an employment in the field without the license. Emotionally, I am frustrated and I have no idea how to help myself. Any suggestions?

After failing 3-times, hours of therapy to analyze my anxiety, prep classes and hours of study, I finally passed the test. I took the ASWB practice test a week before my exam and scored higher which gave me lots of confidence. Test taking anxiety is something that I should have considered before. I advise everyone who is struggling with the test to take the time and work on anxiety issues. Good luck everyone! And never give up. I passed on the fourth try.

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negarit in New York, New York

45 months ago

After failing 3-times, hours of therapy to analyze my anxiety, prep classes and hours of study, I finally passed the test. I took the ASWB practice test a week before my exam and scored higher which gave me lots of confidence. Test taking anxiety is something that I should have considered before. I advise everyone who is struggling with the test to take the time and work on anxiety issues. Good luck everyone! And never give up. I passed on the fourth try.

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jeannec in Albany, New York

45 months ago

negarit in New York, New York said: After failing 3-times, hours of therapy to analyze my anxiety, prep classes and hours of study, I finally passed the test. I took the ASWB practice test a week before my exam and scored higher which gave me lots of confidence. Test taking anxiety is something that I should have considered before. I advise everyone who is struggling with the test to take the time and work on anxiety issues. Good luck everyone! And never give up. I passed on the fourth try.

Congratulations! So happy for you! :-) I too have major anxiety/test anxiety, and have been in therapy and taking meds to help. I even got special accomodations while taking the exam. I also was terminated from my job due to not obtaining my licensure. I spent alot of money on exams, prep classes, and other prep test materials. It's been a major stress for me to say the least. As I said I am taking it for the 5th time on 4/23, and praying that I pass this time. I don't want to give up and am trying to be more confident.

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blovencurious in dallas, Tennessee

45 months ago

negarit in New York, New York said: After failing 3-times, hours of therapy to analyze my anxiety, prep classes and hours of study, I finally passed the test. I took the ASWB practice test a week before my exam and scored higher which gave me lots of confidence. Test taking anxiety is something that I should have considered before. I advise everyone who is struggling with the test to take the time and work on anxiety issues. Good luck everyone! And never give up. I passed on the fourth try.

I am so happy for you. If i rememebr correctly you are the reason this forum exist. I too am having a difficult time passing. I plan to take my for the fourth time in may. If possible I would like to exchange emails with you. Again, you made my day

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blovencurious in dallas, Tennessee

45 months ago

Jeanne C in Albany, New York said: Congratulations! So happy for you! :-) I too have major anxiety/test anxiety, and have been in therapy and taking meds to help. I even got special accomodations while taking the exam. I also was terminated from my job due to not obtaining my licensure. I spent alot of money on exams, prep classes, and other prep test materials. It's been a major stress for me to say the least. As I said I am taking it for the 5th time on 4/23, and praying that I pass this time. I don't want to give up and am trying to be more confident.

Jeanne, please keep me inform and if you want to messenger each other for review purposes just let me know.

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jeannec in Albany, New York

45 months ago

Thanks I appreciate it and will let you know if I need any help. I do have plenty of study material.

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negarit in New York, New York

45 months ago

blovencurious in dallas, Tennessee said: I am so happy for you. If i rememebr correctly you are the reason this forum exist. I too am having a difficult time passing. I plan to take my for the fourth time in may. If possible I would like to exchange emails with you. Again, you made my day

My email is negarit@hotmail.com.
A prep class with a good teacher/coach who includes the power of the mind helps, indeed.

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Monica in Flat Rock, Michigan

44 months ago

Is it possible to share your study materials with me? I'm taking the exam in a couple of weeks. Please email me at tkldpink@gmail.com.

Thanks!

bmosparty in Ann Arbor, Michigan said: I just passed the LMSW test this morning. It was my third attempt. The first two times I used other study guides. This time I tried the LMSW bootcamp. I followed the process. I studied with a partner and took 2 practice ASWB exams. The Bootcamp program helped me pass by a larger margin than the failing by 1 or 2 questions previously. When I would feel stressed or start to become unfocused, I would go back to the basic process and rules. It helped to narrow it down to 2 every time and often down to 1 choice. It can be done but it was not easy. Not for one second of the process. I feel like a weight has been lifted. It has been 6 years of stress for me. I am free and feel for others out there who are struggling. Believe in yourself and kick that exam in the hindquarters.

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MarinaFilipyev in Brooklyn, New York

44 months ago

Jeanne C in Albany, New York said: Congratulations!!! I am taking my exam on 4/23 and this will be my 5th time. I am hoping to pass this time.

Hey, was wondering how r u studying now for ur exam. My email is mfilipyev@gmail.com

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D in Mcdonough, Georgia

44 months ago

Depressed in Stockbridge, Georgia said: I just took my test today and failed I need a REAL GOOD class in the Atlanta area can I get some recommendations... I have been out of school for sometime I that test was hummm I dont know about it

Have you retaken the test yet? I have never attempted it but came to reality that I really don't have a choice so I just started studying. If you find a group please share that info as I would be interested. I'm in Henry County.

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blovencurious in dallas, Tennessee

44 months ago

D in Mcdonough, Georgia said: Have you retaken the test yet? I have never attempted it but came to reality that I really don't have a choice so I just started studying. If you find a group please share that info as I would be interested. I'm in Henry County.

I am located in presently in columbus georgia. I plan to take my clinical exam soon. What are you all sitting for?

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MarinaFilipyev in Brooklyn, New York

44 months ago

blovencurious in dallas, Tennessee said: I am located in presently in columbus georgia. I plan to take my clinical exam soon. What are you all sitting for?

Hey if u want to study together, my email is mfilipyev@gmail.com

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SWTP in Los Angeles, California

44 months ago

Free practice tests, including SWTP's, collected here: www.socialworktestprep.com/free-practice-tests. And here are some things people are saying about SWTP: www.socialworktestprep.com/testimonials

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onesocialworker2013 in New Milford, New Jersey

44 months ago

i took my LMSW test yesterday and passed ....!!!!

if anybody needs little bit motivation for the passing the exam i am here to provide that on this forum.

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Monica in Flat Rock, Michigan

44 months ago

I took my Clinical Exam yesterday and PASSED! I'm here to help too.

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Monica in Flat Rock, Michigan

44 months ago

onesocialworker2013 in New Milford, New Jersey said: i took my LMSW test yesterday and passed ....!!!!

if anybody needs little bit motivation for the passing the exam i am here to provide that on this forum.

Me too!

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free2beme in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

44 months ago

Monica in Flat Rock, Michigan said: I took my Clinical Exam yesterday and PASSED! I'm here to help too.

What study materials did you use. I am so discouraged it is crazy!

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jeannec in Albany, New York

44 months ago

Well I took my LCSW exam for the 5th time and failed again. I was so dissappointed as I studied hard and finally felt prepared and confident. It is so frustrating. At this time I'm taking a break and not sure if or when to take it again.

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Groupie in Cranston, Rhode Island

44 months ago

Jeanne C in Albany, New York said: Well I took my LCSW exam for the 5th time and failed again. I was so dissappointed as I studied hard and finally felt prepared and confident. It is so frustrating. At this time I'm taking a break and not sure if or when to take it again.

How many points are you away from passing?

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Joanne Francis in Brooklyn, New York

44 months ago

Check out www.lmswexambootcamp.com Their next intense workshop will be held on May 11th. This is not just for LMSW exam, but also for the LCSW.

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Diane in New Windsor, New York

43 months ago

I see there are others who are struggling with the LMSW exam. I have studies and taking the exam 3x and failed. Every time I' ve taken the exam I was sure I passed but another failing score I received. I feel so discouraged, and I an afraid to take the exam again. I am unemployed and it is hard to gain employment without being a licensed SW. I read some of the post and noticed some people have mentioned bootcamp. Please is it really worth going to the bootcamp. I saw on a site that this bootcamp is offered in Westchester NY , which is a hour. I think it is weekly classes have anyone ever were to these classes? I am really running out of options and I really need to gain employment. Any suggestions.

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MarinaFilipyev in New York, New York

43 months ago

Diane in New Windsor, New York said: I see there are others who are struggling with the LMSW exam. I have studies and taking the exam 3x and failed. Every time I' ve taken the exam I was sure I passed but another failing score I received. I feel so discouraged, and I an afraid to take the exam again. I am unemployed and it is hard to gain employment without being a licensed SW. I read some of the post and noticed some people have mentioned bootcamp. Please is it really worth going to the bootcamp. I saw on a site that this bootcamp is offered in Westchester NY , which is a hour. I think it is weekly classes have anyone ever were to these classes? I am really running out of options and I really need to gain employment. Any suggestions.

Hey. I think the bootcamp is very benefial and provides knowledge about how to answer the licensing questions. I am also having a hard time passing the exam. Actually I failed it by one point ;(. If you want to study together via Skype we could arrange that

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Diane in New Windsor, New York

43 months ago

MarinaFilipyev in New York, New York said: Hey. I think the bootcamp is very benefial and provides knowledge about how to answer the licensing questions. I am also having a hard time passing the exam. Actually I failed it by one point ;(. If you want to study together via Skype we could arrange that

I would like to study please let me know we you are available.

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Diane in New Windsor, New York

43 months ago

Do anyway know about this course or the materials?

Dr. Sophia Dziegielewski License Exam Preparation Course
www.siripro.net/
Social Work Licensure. Exam Preparation Course. The # 1 LIVE prep. course in the USA. This is the course for the most effective preparation for successful test ...
Sample Test Questions - Masters/Advanced/Clinic Level ...
I was thinking about buying the package.

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MarinaFilipyev in New York, New York

43 months ago

Diane in New Windsor, New York said: I would like to study please let me know we you are available.

My email is mfilipyev@gmail.com
Email me and let's chat

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Diane in New Windsor, New York

43 months ago

Monica in Flat Rock, Michigan said: Me too!

I am looking for help so please any help you can provide will be appreciated.

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jeannec in Albany, New York

43 months ago

I took Dr. D's licensure exam prep course in April 2010. It is a very good course with a lot of information and test taking strategies. She focuses on what material to expect on the exam. You get a work book to take home. I did use her materials in addition to others. Unfortuneately I still did not pass the exam last week.

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jeannec in Albany, New York

43 months ago

Not good! I scored between a 50 n 60 :-(

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