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Lynn Passed the PA Social Work Exam

lynn passed the pennsylvania social work examFrom Lynn in Pennsylvania, newly licensed:

Just wanted to let you know I passed my clinical test today thanks to your practice tests!! They are the best!

Congratulations, Lynn!!!

It's great to see the beaming smiles of the newly licensed. Join Lynn in the beam wherever you are (the ASWB exam is national). First step: practice. Second step: practice. Third step: practice.

We've got exams to help you get through the whole process, start to finish. The complete bundle-our best deal-is loaded with over 900 realistic practice questions, each with thorough rationales for each answer of each question, plus links for additional topic study, should you need it.

More congratulations to Lynn. Can't wait to see your pass sheet selfie in this space soon. Good luck and happy studying!

When Social Workers Vote…

julia votedWhen social workers vote, good things happen. Julia's among the first to take advantage of our special offer this election season:

1. Send evidence of your having voted to us at info@socialworktestprep.com -- a picture of you and your mail-in ballot, a ballot stub, or an "I Voted" sticker are all great.

2. We'll send a coupon code just for you--an additional 25% off SWTP practice exams and bundles!

Thanks for all you're doing. And thanks for being a voter.

And don't forget our 50% election-action discount offer.

Happy voting and good luck on the exam!

Extra Exam Prep Savings for Early-Voting Social Workers

i voted When social workers vote early, good things happen. SWTP's get out the vote effort this election season works like this:

1. Send evidence of your having voted to us at info@socialworktestprep.com -- a picture of you and your mail-in ballot, a ballot stub, or an "I Voted" sticker are all great.

2. We'll send a coupon code just for you--an additional 25% off SWTP practice exams and bundles!

It's simple. You vote, you let us know, social work licensing practice gets that much more affordable.

In equation form that's:

You + Voting = Exam Prep Savings

Happy voting. Let's do this!

Collins passed the ASWB Clinical Exam in North Carolina

collins passed the north carolina clinical examNC has a newly licensed social worker!

I successfully completed the program and just PASSED my ASWB Clinical Exam! Thank you for everything!

Congratulations, Collins!

Get ready for your close-up by thoroughly preparing for the exam using any/all of SWTP's practice tests offerings: five complete, 170-question exams and two booster tests (one all DSM questions, one all ethics questions).

Realistic exam practice gets you familiarity with both exam content and with what it's like to sit for a high-pressure, four-hour test.

The ASWB exam is used throughout the U.S. and in Canada. Wherever you are doubtlessly needs more licensed social workers. Get started in joining Collins by signing up.

Happy studying and good luck on the exam!

Social Work / Social Justice

social work, social justice - ashleyOnly a handful of you have taken advantage of our 50% coupon offer. Ashley is one-she's registering new voters and protesting for better treatment of home care workers during the pandemic. Here's the picture she sent. Thank you, Ashley!

Here's the offer: Get active this election, let us know about it (send a picture if you've got one) and we'll send you a personalized coupon code that will save you 50% on SWTP practice. 

Why? Because social and political action are an essential part of social work. Here's the NASW Code of Ethics on the subject:

6.04 Social and Political Action

(a) Social workers should engage in social and political action that seeks to ensure that all people have equal access to the resources, employment, services, and opportunities they require to meet their basic human needs and to develop fully. Social workers should be aware of the impact of the political arena on practice and should advocate for changes in policy and legislation to improve social conditions in order to meet basic human needs and promote social justice.

(b) Social workers should act to expand choice and opportunity for all people, with special regard for vulnerable, disadvantaged, oppressed, and exploited people and groups.

(c) Social workers should promote conditions that encourage respect for cultural and social diversity within the United States and globally. Social workers should promote policies and practices that demonstrate respect for difference, support the expansion of cultural knowledge and resources, advocate for programs and institutions that demonstrate cultural competence, and promote policies that safeguard the rights of and confirm equity and social justice for all people.

(d) Social workers should act to prevent and eliminate domination of, exploitation of, and discrimination against any person, group, or class on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, political belief, religion, immigration status, or mental or physical ability.

Thanks in advance!

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