Study Tips

Strategizing Your BOC Exam Study Plan

After years of work, there is a lot riding on your performance on the Board of Certification (BOC) exam. If you want to pass the BOC, it’s important to keep the material fresh in your mind. Having a strategy in place that organizes what you need to review while still fitting study sessions into your packed schedule is crucial. We’ll break down how you can create your study strategy into three parts. 

7 Pro Study Tips That Will Make You Feel Like a Genius

There are tons of research-backed tips on how to cram more information into your brain faster and more effectively. You can use them whether you’re an athletic training student, a professional working on a training or certification, or just a life-long learner.

Discovery Learning: Why Is It Vital for Athletic Training Education Success?

Discovery learning has been a buzzword for a while now. The discovery learning method gives athletic training students the freedom to ask their own questions, do their own research, solve problems, and come to their own conclusions. Athletic training students can think outside the box when they step away from traditional learning methods. By discovering …

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4 Mistakes You Might Be Making When Studying for the BOC Exam

In order to help you survive this phase of your life and get the grades you need for a good career, here are a few mistakes you should avoid. The more you notice and fix these mistakes, the better your grades and study habits for the BOC exam will be.

The ‘High Utility’ Technique for Studying for the BOC Exam: Active Recall

What else should athletic training students do if rereading, underlining, and summarizing aren’t effective methods for studying? I’ve found active recall and spaced repetition to be the most effective methods for making your studies more efficient, effective, and rewarding. Let’s dive in! Active Recall Theory and Evidence Often, we think learning is testing yourself after …

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Keeping Track: Planners and Notepads for Athletic Trainers

Finding ways to keep track of your schedule and learning better ways to help you study or plan out your treatment sessions will make it a little easier when your day is full of chaos. Because as ATs, we all know our day never goes according to plan.

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How to Actually Stop Wasting Time On The Internet

Why do we spend so much time online? We should be studying, writing papers, studying for the BOC exam, or whatever – but instead, we’re on Reddit. Or scrolling through Twitter with glazed eyes. Even reading about productivity can be a waste of time. I mean, who wants to waste more time than they have to?

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