BCBA study tips LXXIX

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Katie Bauer

“The first time I used bds and completed them to 100% and it was useless to me. This time around I would dedicate 2-3 hours a day to study looking over cooper understanding terms talking things over with my Bcbas that I work with and things that helped them. I sat through a few of the autism global projects lecture on tips to pass the exam. What really helped me the most this time, I paid for some private tutoring sessions with Andrew Houvourous he is a co- instructor at FIT but it was not affiliated with FIT he was just doing it on his own. Sooooo helpful!!! He really made me feel confident and helped tighten up some terminology for me, extremely intelligent guy when it comes to behavior and very passionate about the field. Great experience!! I also did FITs mock exam.

“Oh and I used Pass the Big ABA exam manual as well this was a huge help as well!

“I loved the manual!! So helpful! I really didn’t look into the course… too expensive and I already had invested in a lot of things… not sure what you are looking for in a bio- I am working as a Lead Care Team Member for an in home ABA company I am planning on interviewing with them for the BCBA position this week in Chicago. Love this company and I have been with them for 3 years I plan on staying with them or in a couple of years move to florida or california or maybe even australia for a change of pace!”

Funny enough, I think we got tips from all 3 potential destinations Katie mentioned (search these places, something SHOULD show up) Relocation, anyone?

Congrats to Katie Bauer, BCBA!