did anyone ever find out if there was a FREE copy somewhere of the BKAT? :spin:
The BKAT is copyrighted - any "free" copies that you find are pirated. Maybe you should reassess your motivation for finding a free "basic knowledge" assessment exam online? The time spent looking for it could be spent studying the very concepts that you would be tested on. Which would be more beneficial to your future patients?
Sep 13, '07
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wow! I wasn't trying to step on any toes asking for a little help to bone up on subjects I was alrleady familiar with- I was,however, wanting to improve my test-taking skills for a new job. as a matter of fact, I HAVE been studying my skills that I thought might be on the bkat. I believe in never being too prepared. but thanks for the thoughts.
Mar 24, '12
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