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Bloggings on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

by Chris Musillo

NPTE Handbook

The FSBPT, which produces the US Physical Therapy Exam, has just produced an NPTE Candidate Handbook, along with a revamped Fixed Testing webpage.

The Candidate Handbook outlines the FSBPT's position on testing security and the protection of the integrity of the exam. It includes a section on recalling and sharing questions from prior exams.

The NPTE is the property of the FSBPT and is protected by contract, trade secret, and federal copyright laws. It is a violation of those laws, and thus illegal, to share any information whatsoever about any NPTE question. In particular, sharing information about a NPTE question recalled from memory or asking someone who has taken the NPTE to share such information is illegal.

The Candidate Handbook includes a helpful Frequently Asked Questions section, a Test Content Outline, and Sample Questions.  The revamped webpage streamlines the important information about the exam, including testing dates and helpful hints.

Read the full Healthcare and Immigration Law Blog at www.musillo.com or www.ilw.com.


About The Author

Christopher T. Musillo is a partner at MusilloUnkenholt Immigration Law. He is a graduate of Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania. When not zealously representing his clients, Chris enjoys outdoor sports, listening to music, traveling and reading.


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