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(average of 966 reviews)
4.9 out of 5 stars

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Thank you!!! I passed with 25-30 points to spare in both Information Gathering and Decision Making!!! Your program was very helpful in becoming familiar with the content but most of all the simulations! Your simulations were very close to the look and format of the actual exam. Info from the PDFs provided on group and the mental status exam were both included in my simulations. I felt confident and comfortable! I also appreciate your prompt response to emails and phone calls. So glad this is over. :) Thanks again!
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I PASSED -1st time and I want to say THANK YOU!!! I was more than adequately prepared and confident. The study tools, words of encouragement, and simulations were instrumental in preparing me for the NCMHCE. Your site comes highly recommended and based on my personal experience it is an exceptional study tool. I truly believe without your study materials I would be preparing to retest. Once Again, Thank You !!!
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I wanted to thank you for the use of the workshops. I am happy to say I passed my test. I took the four hour exam and it helped me out immensely. Once I saw that I improved my score I knew with certainty I was ready. Again I thank you so much and am grateful for the use of your workshop.
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I passed the NCMHCE today. I could not have done it without your program and your daily emails. I don't have the words to express my gratitude. I did subscribe to two other programs, but discontinued using them several weeks ago as my learning was increasing daily with your program. Thank you for making this available.
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This was my first time taking the NCMHCE and I passed. Taking practice exams helped defeat test anxiety. Taking deep breaths and not over-thinking did the rest. I remembered that many of the choices seem valid but do are not directly indicated by the information provided in the scenarios. I was finished in an hour and half which scared me. Know the DSM V diagnoses criteria. Read and understand the ACA Code of Ethics. Have a basic understanding of tests and assessments. The information provided on Counselingexam.com definitely helped me pass. Best advice from counselingexam? Don't get click happy. It's tempting to second guess and convince yourself that the more you choose the better you'll do. Don't do it. The few times I did I got the dreaded "not indicated" notifications. I'm done! No more studying! I wish everyone best of luck in taking their tests!
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I used counselingexam.com and have been studying from August to November. I found the simulations to be the best help, and almost overprepared due to the amount of content on that site. Being comfortable with the format was the biggest help, and on the exam you do have a running table of all previously chosen answers so you can go back and gather information for the next sections. So glad I passed it on the first try. It also helps to have a study partner to bounce ideas/talk through reasons for choosing or not choosing a certain item. Good luck to you all who are waiting to take the test. Go slow, and practice some relaxation before, during, and after the test!
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Dr. Hutchinson, thank you so much for taking the time to write the simulations and the Counseling exam.com site. I never thought I would pass the LPC exam. I have been eligible to sit for the exam for three years and have forgotten a lot. I am an ID case manager and often do not use a lot of clinical skills. Many nights I went to bed upset due to failing all of the simulations. Only my husband believed in me. I recommend this site for anyone taking the exam. Thank you!
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I just wanted to say thank you. I passed the LCPC exam today, and the site was a great help.
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I passed the exam thank you Sooo much for everything you were so helpful! My friends are signing up soon!
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Dear Dr. Hutchinson, I PASSED!!! Thank you for all of your support during this very important time in my life. Just knowing that you were there to answer questions or explain terminology to me was so helpful, i.e. differential vs. plausible. It gave me the confidence that I could pass - "It's in there" and to keep studying. Every morning I'd read the daily Inspirations before studying. Thanks again for all of your help!
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