So far I have been doing a couple of things to prepare for my BOC exam. First, the practice BOC exams that have been scheduled, and the one that I have already taken have helped me learn the areas that I am pretty strong in, as well as the domains that I need to improve. I feel that I did fairly well on the first practice exam that I took. Even though the results were pretty good, I would like to be a few points higher in each section just to feel more confident about the exam. I think that writing down the problems that I had trouble with on the practice exam have also helped me study. It is nice that we can take out those notes that we wrote down and discuss them in class with our professor, as well as take them to our clinical sites and discuss them with our preceptors, just to get a couple different points of reference about how to answer those types of questions in the future. Another way I have been studying is by doing about 10 of the practice problems out of my BOC prep study book every day, and comparing my answers to the correct answers for those questions. Overall I feel that these two study methods are great because I have some instant feedback with both, and I am able to make corrections as well as learn how to answer the types of questions that I missed in the future. I feel that I am almost ready to sit for the BOC exam, and have great results after taking it. I believe that the Emory & Henry Athletic Training Program has prepared me very well to become a certified Athletic Trainer.