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Do the counselor licensure exams intimidate you?

Are you unsure of how best to prepare?

As a counselor educator and private practitioner who has taken and passed the CPCE, NCE, and NCMHCE, I understand how graduate study and clinical experience are not necessarily relevant for passing these exams. I have helped students, new graduates, and seasoned professionals to pass these national exams since 2011. My tutoring approach at the time of writing has over a 90% pass rate.

My Approach
My approach is to provide detailed guidance on effective approaches to passing the exam. During tutoring sessions, we discuss the secrets of how the test is scored, and review individual question items in-depth. During our sessions, you will learn essential tips and tricks for passing the exam, such as:
– You can almost always eliminate two of the four CPCE/NCE answer choices, giving you a 50% chance of selecting the correct answer

Meeting Information
Not only are my test prep services effective, they are convenient. I provide individual and group tutoring via an online web meeting platform.
My group tutoring rate is $199 for a four-week class (6 hours of total tutoring). This is more than 50% cheaper than the well-known corporate test prep companies. A discounted rate is available for graduate students.

Date and Time
I am providing NCE/CPCE group test preparation courses on Fridays during Jan/Feb 2022. Each class is capped at 100 participants. The information for this specific meeting is included below.

NCE/CPCE Test Prep (Jan/Feb 2022)
Fridays at 4:30-6:00 p.m. Eastern (1:30-3:00 Pacific, 2:30-4:00 Mountain, 3:30-5:00 Central)
on 01/28, 02/11, 02/18, 02/25 (skip 02/04)

What’s the refund policy?
Refunds will be processed 24 hours before the first training session date. Attendance and participation in my test preparation is not a guarantee of passing the exam. Refunds will not be issued based on your exam performance.

What if I have to miss a session?
Plenty of my test takers participate in some or all of the test prep sessions asynchronously rather than live. I record all tutoring sessions for later viewing. I upload video recordings to an online Google Drive folder by the end of day. That same Google Drive folder houses all the test prep materials that you need to prepare for the exam. Importantly, students who participate asynchronously seem to perform just as well as students who attend live.

Here’s the link to more info and registration: