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    Thumbs up How to prepare NSCA CPT

    Can anybody give some advice to pass the exam?

    the 57 % of people need to retake it again

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    Originally Posted by spainishard View Post
    Can anybody give some advice to pass the exam?

    the 57 % of people need to retake it again

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    Not a difficult exam if you have a background in ex science. I think the majority of people that fail just decide one day their going to take it and show up unprepared. The biggest advice is pretty obvious, study the hell out of the book. NSCA wants you to learn concepts their way and that's how they test. Take 3 months, study nothing but the book. Then, if you have the money, buy their practice tests. You won't find the exact same questions, but you'll see the format in which they ask questions.
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    I'm wondering about this as well. I don't have any kind of background in exercise science. This is somewhat of an exaggeration but the distillation of what I know is take in enough calories, eat a lot of protein, lift heavy and you'll grow. Beyond that it's mostly new territory.

    But I'm determined to do this and got my study kit a couple of days ago. Has anyone here used the Symposium CDs? Where are they all about? I haven't tested them out yet.

    The book is super dense so I just want to know how intently I need to know the material. I mean, there's so much stuff in there that you could study for a year and still not know everything.
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