Here's another oft-repeated rule of thumb that
bears repeating: What the board is testing for is basic
competence. That means that if you become licensed, they want
to be sure you will do no harm. How do they test for this?
They ask again and again about clients who haven't been
screened for a medical condition (refer them to an MD--it's out of
your scope of practice!), about signs of abuse and neglect
(report!), about cultural sensitivity (don't hurt people's
feelings!). A, B, C, or D? Well, which is the play-it-safe
answer? Much more often than not, that's your pick.