Overwhelmed? Use this study guide to quickly learn what you need to know to pass your boards. Created for the 2015 Massage Boards Based NCETM, NCETMB and MBLEx Massage Exams 600 Flashcards/Vocab Terms Professionally Created Questions!!! Create your own Questions/Flashcards Email out Questions/Flashcards Innovative study & performance analysis tools Content Categories Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology & Pathology Bodywork Application & Assessment Professional Standards Ethics, Business & Legal Practices Covers NCETM, NCETMB and MBLEx Exams About The Test This study guide was prepared with the student in mind. The questions are broken down into small 50 & 100 question segments, so you can go at your own pace. The questions are given in random order just like you can expect when you take your boards. If you study by a category or multiple guess, you are doing yourself a disservice that will not pay off. Study, study study, and then study a bit more. Note what subject matter you still need to study. If you see that you are weak in an area, go back to the basics and re-read your massage text book. After you study and you are ready to take your test, leave time before your test to ensure you are not rushed, you are well nourished and on time. Knowing your subject matter is the best way to be prepared for the test. As you take the test, take your time. Read each question twice before giving an answer. Watch for trick wording such as always, only or never. Translate the question into your own words to fully understand what is being said. You can flag the questions you are unsure of and review them at the end of the test. When I took my Nationals, two of the questions I flagged actually answered themselves. About The Author Kimberli Ridgeway has been a massage therapist for over 15 years. She was the first massage student from her massage school to take the NCBTMB. Now, she has a Doctorate degree in natural health. She has taught massage therapy for many years, from private instruction, continuing education, massage certification, and at the University level. Kimberli knows how to bring the material to the level of the student for ease of assimilation. This study guide was created with the massage student in mind.The massage school I graduated from, called me back to teach when they had a problem with the percentage of students who were failing their boards. They were at risk of losing their standing. When the students I worked with began to graduate and take their boards the pass rate went from 30ish percent to over 75 percent. I aced my boards, I have helped others ace their boards, and now let me help you.Please feel free to visit her forum: askalmt.freeforums.org Thank you and Good Luck! Kimberli Ridgeway, D.N.H.This study guide is not associated with the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, nor is it associated with the MBLEx Exam.