The National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy is a computer-based exam that consists of two distinct components: a clinical simulation test (CST) and single response multiple-choice items comprised of questions that assess general knowledge across several domains. Graduates must successfully pass this examination in order to become eligible for licensure. The Pfeiffer University Occupational Therapy Master’s program is a developing program; therefore, data regarding our pass rates will be available and published here after graduation of its first cohort in 2022.
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