Can anybody give some advice to pass the exam?
the 57 % of people need to retake it again
by the way,useful info:
Thread: How to prepare NSCA CPT
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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."I must find the truth which is true for me; the truth for which I can live and die." -- Soren Kierkegaard
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