Use of a pretest strategy for physical therapist assistant programs to predict success rate on the national physical therapy exam.

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This study investigated a pretest strategy that identified physical therapist assistant (PTA) students who were at risk of failure on the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE). Program assessment data from five cohorts of PTA students (2005-2009) were used to develop a stepwise multiple regression formula that predicted first-time NPTE licensure… (More)

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@article{Sloas2013UseOA, title={Use of a pretest strategy for physical therapist assistant programs to predict success rate on the national physical therapy exam.}, author={Stacey B Sloas and Becky Keith and Malcolm T. Whitehead}, journal={Journal of allied health}, year={2013}, volume={42 2}, pages={79-83} }