Become OCS Certified!
Studying for the Physical Therapy Orthopedic Clinical Specialist exam can be a daunting task.
OCS practice exams and quizzes provide a proven path to success.
Practice makes perfect...taking practice exams has been found to be an extremely effective studying technique. You're on your way to becoming OCS certified!
Becoming OCS certified is easier with a variety of study material
Studying for the OCS exam can be overwhelming. There’s no shortage of information available in the form of prep courses, study groups, and lots and lots of material. Most people are also juggling jobs and personal lives making it even harder to focus.
I used the Medbridge OCS Prep Course as my primary study method. This was a good way for me to synthesize the information and make it more manageable.
It’s important to use multiple resources as you prepare for the OCS exam. Your knowledge and understanding will be more comprehensive and you will be less likely to miss key points.
The practice tests I have created are meant to be a supplement to your other learning. The questions are not actual OCS test questions but are similar in format.
Practice questions like these helped me pass in 2020, and they can help you too!
Getting Started on your Journey – A Guide to Prepare for the Physical Therapy OCS Exam The OCS is still a few months away. You may even be trying to decide whether it is worth your time and money to take the exam. Once the decision is made, it’s time to get organized. However, with
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