Webinar Series on DSM-5 and the EPPP

Sometimes people ask why TSM Members experience EPPP success with a 91% first-time pass rate.

There are many factors that go into our 91% pass rate, ranging from the way our materials are structured to be individually customized, to our researched-based methodology that incorporates cutting-edge theories of memory and learning.

Still another important reason for our 91% pass rate is that TSM has an entire team of researchers working to update our EPPP preparation materials to constantly reflect the latest changes in the field.

A good example of this is the way we have responded to the changes being introduced to the EPPP in August. These changes to the EPPP are happening because of updates in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5).

Many EPPP candidates have been frantically struggling to schedule their exams before these changes are set to go live, as the new material seems daunting.

As I visit the EPPP forums and chat-groups, I find many people worried about DSM-5. What are the changes? How will I learn them? How will it affect the EPPP? Is everything I learned before about mental illnesses suspect and unreliable? Are my test-preparation materials up to date with DSM-5? What is the relationship between DSM-5 and the EPPP?

These questions are as important to us at TSM as they are for you. That is why our team of researchers have spent many months gathering data about DSM-5 to incorporate it into our test preparation materials. This research has culminated in our current series of webinars covering everything you need to know about the impact DSM-5 is having on the EPPP.

Don’t wait to register for a spot at our “DSM-5 and the EPPP” live webinars. You can also watch sections from our past webinars for free here.

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