RE: [Histonet] ASCP EXAM
I couldn't agree more. I think that the practical is the more
important part of the exam. The stuff on the written can always be
looked up--but just knowing what is in a fixative etc. does not mean
one can cut good sections or troubleshoot a stain. My boss--a busy
Neuropathologist does not relish the idea of having to include
cutting, staining as part of a hiring interview!!!
LuAnn Anderson HT(ASCP)
At 09:37 AM 1/31/2007, Cheri Miller wrote:
>I cant believe they stopped the practicum part of the test. I just took it
>a few years back. I would never be the tech I am had I not had to practice
>and cut hundreds of slides looking for that perfect one or that perfect
>stain, tissue etc. Just my opinion, Cheri
>Cheri MIller HT ASCP Histology Supervisor, Phys Laboratory. Omaha Ne
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> Funny how that test is so different every time... I found the
> be true. I had some questions on my cert. exam that were word for
> of the ASCP book. I found the NSH series to be more of a waste.
> Good luck to anyone taking the test!
> Rhonda B.
> On 1/29/07, MICHELLE SEAGLE wrote:
> > Don't waste your time or money on the ASCP practical exam
> > a waste.
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