Congratulations! After four long years of hard work, late nights and litres of coffee, you’re ready to graduate and begin your career as a kinesiologist. Yay, you! But first, if you want to practice in Ontario, you have to pass the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario’s entry to practice exam. And let me tell you, it’s a doozy.
Now, I’m sure at this point you can talk for hours about why the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell, you’ve mastered stats and exercise physiology and you know everything about the extensor pollicis longus like it’s the back of your hand. But you still have to go toe-to-toe and slay this dragon of an exam. It’s only offered twice a year and it’s up to 180 multiple-choice questions.
And are you ready for the kicker? Only 25% of the exam is based on the material you learned in school! I really wish that was a typo, but it’s not. So, unfortunately, those marathon study sessions and caffeine feasts aren’t behind you just yet. Why? Because in Ontario you need to pass this exam to start your career, and because you don’t want to feel like you just tossed away four years of your life if things go sideways.
This is where I come in. I know what you’re feeling. I’ve been there. That’s why I created the Malik The Kin RKin Exam Prep Course in 2019. I was so desperate for study help and I couldn’t find it anywhere.
I’m proud to say that since then my course has become extremely popular. Some people refer to it as a new industry standard because of how comprehensive it is. This year alone, nearly 50 students just like you have taken the course and learned how to study better to conquer the exam, as well as their stress! Plus, they’ve made new friends and contacts for life.
Here’s what you can expect inside the course:
Read more about my RKin Exam Prep Course here. New grads - I really hope to see you there!
If you have any questions about the course you can find me at [email protected].
Cheering you on from the sidelines,
Malik The Kin
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