Testimonial Summary

(average of 30 reviews)
4.8 out of 5 stars

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Loved Loved Loved the format and options of this site. Thanks Linton for all your fun anecdotes and cues.
Kathi
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I studied the DSM IV-TR extensively before realizing they had changed to the DSM V. It helped though. I subscribed to Linton's on-line information for a month after studying. It was very helpful to understand the dynamics of what the test is actually looking for. Learn the diagnostics. You just need to learn the basics as the do provide the full names on the tests. If you know what you are looking for they are pretty easy to select. I never go the differential diagnosis part. I don't know what I was missing but I couldn't figure out how their minds worked. Thankfully I didn't have a lot of those questions. I will reinforce the need to read the questions carefully. I did not and really screwed up at least one "rule out" question because I missed the "rule out" part. I thought for sure I had failed. I also took Jonathan's course. It helped translate some additional information that was helpful.And finally, but certainly a key part to my prep, I prayed and had lots of people praying for me. And I passed.
Denise
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THANKS! I PASSED TODAY! I killed that test in 45 minutes! So grateful for this website!
Isa
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Thank you for your brilliant study program ... I passed the test and enjoyed studying!
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Thanks for your help. I passed this past Thursday!
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Just took my CCM exam and PASSED!!!! Thanks for all the help!
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I PASSED, I PASSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!  THANK YOU!!
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My CAP exam gor licensed counselors did not ask much about diagnosing, theories, or drugs per se. Most questions were about the FL statute, chapter 397, case management, record keeping, documentation, etc. I passed the exam with a 79% and the minimum required to pass is a 64%. Thank you
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Thank you, thank you, got my results back and I Passed!
Anonymous
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Depending on the exam you are studying for this site is of good help. I was studying for the CCMC CCM exam and only 1/3 of the content was relevant to the CCM exam. The content on this site was too heave on statistics, research methods, psychological testing, and very specific neurological diseases. None of this content is on the actual exam. I spent most of my time focusing on case management concepts and domains so this portion was helpful. The webmaster/ site builder should specify which exams this is geared toward because it is not the CCMC or ACM.
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