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NCS Test Prep Course


Credit: 40 hours/4 CEU/40 CCU

Length: 12 Weeks (self-study)

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For: PT

The purpose of this course is to prepare residents and advanced clinicians for taking the Neurologic Certified Specialist Exam. The course covers the most current up-to-date information as outlined by the APTA Neurology Section’s Resource List, in addition to online videos, lectures, and practice tests. Topics covered include foundational sciences, mechanics, clinical science by diagnosis, vestibular and balance, behavioral sciences and more.

Course Highlights

The course begins with a 50-question sample test to inform the student on their current areas of strengths and weaknesses. Each week involves an online video, multiple lectures, and sample test questions that will help prepare the candidate for taking the Neurologic Certified Specialist Exam. This course finishes with a 100-question practice test and again allowing the student to measure their current areas of strengths and weaknesses prior to taking the NCS Exam.


CEU and Cancellation Policy

If you are in need of a disability-related accommodation, please contact us here. We will process requests for reasonable accommodation and will provide reasonable accommodations where appropriate, in a prompt and efficient manner. For more information please see the Accommodation Procedures for Participants with Disabilities.

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  • The course is very comprehensive and detailed and has a great overview of each neurological condition which was what I was looking for. I highly encourage taking this course. Course Graduate

  • This course is time intensive with the reading but a very thorough review of all topics covered. It was great to have access to so many journal articles. Course Graduate

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