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National Psychology Exam Preparation

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Conquer the Final Step to Becoming a Fully Registered Psychologist

The National Psychology Exam marks the final step toward becoming a fully registered psychologist, after six rigorous years of academic and practical training. While the prospect of this exam can seem daunting, it doesn't have to be. My course is designed to make passing the National Psychology Exam a manageable and successful part of your journey.

My Story

Long before launching this comprehensive National Psychology Exam Preparation course, I had been dedicated to supporting provisional psychologists like you through NPE-specific services, including supervision, live workshops, and my popular 'Exam Prep Tuesdays.' As demand for a structured and focused preparation course increased, the concept for this course was born. This course is not just a collection of study materials; it was a community-driven project, thoughtfully designed to meet your specific needs. Over a thousand provisional psychologists who were once in your shoes watched as I shared behind-the-scenes footage of the course development, and their feedback and encouragement helped shape it.

Every module is crafted with careful attention to detail, ensuring that no topic is left uncovered, and every resource aligns perfectly with the AHPRA curriculum requirements. My goal is to equip you with a deep understanding of what it takes to pass the National Psychology Exam.

Real Impact

Meet Alex, a recent graduate of my National Psychology Exam Preparation course, who faced the same fears and uncertainties about the National Psychology Exam that you might be experiencing right now. Overwhelmed by the extensive curriculum and her demanding internship, she found her solution in my NPE preparation course. Through my structured, self-paced learning platform, Alex was able to prepare on her terms—fitting study sessions into her busy schedule without sacrificing quality. By the time she sat for the exam, Alex was not just prepared; she was confident. She passed on her first attempt and credits my course for not only her success but also for providing her with valuable skills and knowledge relevant to her professional practice.

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Course Features

Comprehensive coverage: This course thoroughly covers all major components of the AHPRA curriculum for the National Psychology Exam. Having personally read the entire recommended reading list, I've ensured that the course content includes over 41 hours of comprehensive training, making it the most in-depth NPE preparation program available. Feedback from numerous provisional psychologists confirms that the structure of this course has made preparing for the NPE achievable and less overwhelming.

Self-paced learning: I understand the demands of a provisional psychology internship. That’s why this course is entirely online and self-paced, allowing you to study whenever and wherever suits you best—be it during a late-night session or a quick quiz over lunch. You have the flexibility to pause, rewind, and revisit the content as often as you need, ensuring you fully grasp each concept.

Cost and time efficiency: My course respects both your time and your budget. It's priced significantly lower than the cost of acquiring the entire recommended reading list, offering an average cost of about $23 per hour of professional development—well below industry standards. I've synthesised all necessary materials into concise video trainings, saving you considerable time and effort.

Flexible learning options: With accessibility via both a dedicated app and desktop, my course offers unmatched flexibility to fit your lifestyle. Whether you're listening on the go or settled at your desk, you can easily access the content wherever you are, ensuring that your learning journey adapts to your needs.

Enrol Today!

Are you ready to conquer the National Psychology Exam with confidence? Enrol today and join the hundreds of psychologists who have successfully passed the National Psychology Exam using this course. With comprehensive materials, flexible learning options, and a design that respects both your time and budget, you're not just preparing for an exam—you're setting the stage for your future success as a psychologist.

For a comprehensive overview of what is included in my National Psychology Exam Preparation Course, take a look here. Have questions? Check out the FAQ section, or feel free to contact me directly. 

Additionally, I have authored multiple blog posts about the National Psychology Exam to further aid provisional psychologists. I was also a guest on the Mental Work Podcast, where I shared my top tips for passing the NPE. You can listen to the episode here.

New Arrivals

51 exam style questions and answers downloadable as a PDF document. These are different to the questions in my NPE Quiz. However, if you have the NPE course- I have already included this in your full package. 

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  • What is included in the National Psychology Exam Preparation Course?
    A summary of your entire curriculum in digestible videos. I have split the course into five sections: - Introduction to the course and study tips - Assessment - Interventions - Ethics & Communication - Exam prep tips and resources to help you prepare for the day of This course has over 41 hours of content (that can be logged as professional development) which includes: - Training videos summarising the entire curriculum - Comprehensive study notes - Study note templates to accompany my videos while you watch along - 80 practice exam questions in the format of a 'live exam' with me. I also talk through answers and rationale. - 51 additional exam-style questions with accompanying answers in a document. - Additional readings and resources related to sections of the course curriculum - Study planners - Exam strategy advice It includes all the following that are sold individually (so please don't double up and purchase them again!): - Assessment domain only - Intervention domain only - Ethics and communication domain only - National psychology exam practice quiz - National psychology exam practice questions The National Psychology Exam Preparation course offers the best value for money amongst all my NPE related courses and products.
  • Is the NPE course and your other courses and resources tax deductible?
    My National Psychology Exam Course as well as my online trainings, clinical resources and subscription packages are ALL tax deductible. They all count as professional development so make sure to keep your receipt to claim them as an expense at the end of the financial year!
  • What is the difference between the National Psychology Exam Course and the Provisional Psychologist Bundle?
    The Provisional Psychologist Bundle was designed to provide you everything you need to succeed in your +1/+2 psychology internship. It currently includes: - My national psychology exam preparation course - Access to all my clinical trainings in my 'online training' library covering all the essentials of clinical practice - My case report training and templates With well over 80 hours of professional development included that targets all major components of your internship, it is incredibly valuable. It works out to be $25 per hour for each hour of professional development you can log which is well below industry standard. I have priced it as such keeping in mind the cost demands of the internship. You can be assured when you buy products and trainings from Amanda Moses Psychology they are of high quality, are comprehensive, and represent the most up to date evidence-based approach to clinical practice. If you choose to opt for the National Psychology Exam preparation course only, you will get access only to the NPE relevant trainings and materials.
  • When should I start preparing for the National Psychology Exam?
    I always tell my supervisees to get started as soon as is possible. There is a lot of content to cover and the curriculum and reading list is extensive. To give yourself the best chance at passing, I would start well in advance and work your way through my course or the curriculum slowly. My recommendations for timeframes are: - One year if you want to take a super relaxed approach to studying (hence why I have provided one-year access to my course) - Six months if you would like to take a moderate-intense approach to your study and plan to spend a good amount of your free time learning the content. - Three months if you have no other responsibilities outside of work and can dedicate most of your free time to studying outside of work. Please know this is only a guide. Everyone learns differently and I would always encourage you to think about working with your brain, not against it. You know your capacity and the demands in your life best.
  • How did you create your NPE course?
    I read the entire reading list (yes, every textbook and article!) and then translated that into digestible training videos for you. I am also a board approved supervisor and have over 12 years of clinical experience in complex psychological assessments and therapy so was also able to utilise my professional skills and knowledge to make this course the best it could be. My NPE course was developed based on demand from provisional psychologists. For a long time before I had created my course I was known as a 'go to' supervisor for NPE preparation. I offered free support online to provisional psychologists through my well known 'exam prep Tuesday', and I also hosted group supervisions, training workshops and individual supervision sessions specifically focused on the National Psychology Exam. As this demand grew, and through feedback from the provisional psychologists I was supporting, I developed this course to provide something truly accessible and comprehensive. My NPE course was by far the biggest project I have ever worked on. It was and still is vital to me that this course is of high-quality, and remains the most comprehensive available NPE preparation program available to provisional psychologists.
  • Do you offer payment plans for your courses?
    I am not able to offer payment plans due to the administrative burden it create for me. However, I understand that $950 up front may be hard to manage for people so this is why I have offered you the option to check out with both PayPal or Klarna. These services will both allow you to pay off the full amount in 4 x interest free instalments over a few months. The benefit to you is that you still get access to my full NPE course immediately but have a little more time to pay it off. Both Klarna and PayPal are free to join but please understand that Amanda Moses Psychology is not personally affiliated with either service. I always recommend checking out the terms and conditions for these third party payment services for more information.
  • Do you ever make updates to your NPE course?
    The National Psychology Exam curriculum hasn't experience any major changes for at least five years. However, as new versions of textbooks become available some of your reading list may have minor changes. I have been vigilant about checking new updates to ensure my course remains current. My NPE course is based on all the latest versions of the recommended textbooks, and I will ensure to keep my course current and relevant for provisional psychologists. Towards the end of 2023, I added several additional resources to my NPE course at NO extra cost to course members. These included: - 51 new exam style questions and answers - 215 pages of study notes covering the entire curriculum I did this without increasing the price to my course because I am committed to making this the best course it can be. I am genuinely passionate about helping provisional psychologists succeed.
  • What is the difference between the 'Exam Prep Quiz' and the 'NPE Practice Questions'?
    The NPE Practice Quiz includes 80 questions and answers and you get the experience of sitting a 'live' exam with me (via video recording). I present the questions, show you how to time yourself, and then talk you through the answer and rationale. You can log this as roughly 4 hours of CPD. The 'NPE Practice Questions' is a document that has 51 exam-style questions with written answers and rationale. These are different questions to the ones in the quiz so you could certainly purchase both together! If you are an exam prep course member, you have access to all of the above so no need to purchase them again!
  • I'm planning to sit the exam soon, how long do I need to complete the course?
    My National Psychology Exam Preparation course has over 41 hours of content. Once you purchase it, you get access to all the content immediately, and you can watch everything at your own pace, and as many times as you like. How long it takes to work through the material is completely person-dependent and based on how you want to approach your study. While you technically could cram it all into 41 hours, you may find it beneficial to give yourself more time to really learn the content.
  • How long will I have access to the NPE course? Can I extend my access?
    You will have access for 52 weeks (one year) from purchase date. If you fail the exam or need longer to prepare, please contact me to discuss your situation. There will be a fee to extend your access past 12 months, and that will be based on how long you need to extend it for. I have had to implement such measures to uphold the integrity of my course and my intellectual property.
  • Will taking your NPE course guarantee that I pass the exam?
    My course is incredibly comprehensive and has had outstanding feedback from provisional psychologists quite consistently. I do want to acknowledge that my course has been part of many people's success with the NPE which I am proud of. However, there are variables outside of my control that may influence whether you pass or fail the first go. I would never want to make false or misleading claims in order to sell my NPE course. I of course can not guarantee anyone's success (with or without my course) but I can assure you that I have made this course as comprehensive as it can be to maximise your chances of success.
  • I have recently failed the exam, how can you help?
    I have helped many provisional psychologists who have perviously failed the exam (once or sometimes several times). The first thing I always say to people is your ability to be a good psychologist can not be determined by how you perform in one exam. The NPE is hard but don't let this affect your worth or confidence in your skills and abilities. If you are looking for guidance from me, I recommend you email me and ensure you include the following: - A copy of your NPE results - Detail of your previous study methods and approach. Please be as thorough as possible as it is hard to provide guidance without understanding what you previously did to prepare. Did you use any other courses? Which textbooks did you read exactly? How long did you prepare for? Upon review of all of this, I will be happy to send you some recommendations via email. This is at no obligation to you!
  • Can I count this towards my professional development hours for my internship?
    Yes, at minimum you can log this as 41 hours of professional development. However, you will likely end up spending significantly more time on this as you watch and rewatch content, take notes, etc. I suggest keeping a log of all the time spent studying using my course as it can be logged as professional development. Win win!
  • Do you have capacity for supervision?
    I am currently at full capacity for individual supervision and am not taking on any more supervisees for 2024. This includes ad-hoc individual supervision too. You are welcome to join me for group supervision! I offer case consultation groups, where you can bring a case or a need to troubleshoot with me, as well as 'topic based' groups. All provisional psychologists, registered psychologists, and psychology registrars are welcome to attend!
  • Where are your services located?
    I currently operate completely online (via zoom) which means you can access my services from anywhere in the world!
  • How do I add you as a secondary supervisor to access group supervision?
    It's quick and easy. Once you book into a group you will automatically be sent my 'secondary supervisor letter' via email. All you need to do is sign it and lodge it online in your AHPRA portal. It becomes valid immediately once lodged. There are no limits to how many secondary supervisors you can have!
  • I’m interested in your upcoming workshop but I can’t make the date, what can I do?
    Please contact me and I can either let you know whether a recording will be available to purchase (case by case), or add you to the waitlist for future dates. I currently have the past recordings of my workshops available for purchase in the ‘online training’ section of my website. The benefit of completing training this way is you will get to watch it at your own pace, and have access to the recording for a full year. This still counts as professional development and I can provide certificates of completion once I’ve noted you have finished reviewing the recording.
  • What is the difference between the National Psychology Exam Course and the Provisional Psychologist Bundle?
    The Provisional Psychologist Bundle was designed to provide you everything you need to succeed in your +1/+2 psychology internship. It currently includes: - My national psychology exam preparation course - Access to all my clinical trainings in my 'online training' library covering all the essentials of clinical practice - My case report training and templates With well over 80 hours of professional development included that targets all major components of your internship, it is incredibly valuable. It works out to be $25 per hour for each hour of professional development you can log which is well below industry standard. I have priced it as such keeping in mind the cost demands of the internship. You can be assured when you buy products and trainings from Amanda Moses Psychology they are of high quality, are comprehensive, and represent the most up to date evidence-based approach to clinical practice. If you choose to opt for the National Psychology Exam preparation course only, you will get access only to the NPE relevant trainings and materials.
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