Exam A Preparation

Welcome to the exam preparation!

We can imagine that you are already excited (and hopefully not to anxious) about your first assessment exam. Let us help you get the best result out of it!
In order to prepare you in the best possible way, we have listed a to-do list with useful information regarding your first exam; you can find a quiz that covers the most important theoretical points of the last weeks, as well as, a false video that shows you typical mistakes that can happen during the exam.

So first of all, make sure to check the following items:
1) Read and understand the exam procedure documents! You can access them in the resources section on the right!
2) Practice, practice, practice!!!
3) Relax! Exams are only feedback on where you stand at the moment and this feedback is extremly valuable. There is always a retake!

Watch the following video and try to figure out if you can spot mistakes that were being made. The solution will be given at the end of the video.
Be aware that the first exam is only partially case-based. This means that you will start with a case and afterwards you will get questions and tasks that are usually random
and not related to the case anymore. This is exactly what we did in the following video:


Welcome to the Exam Preparation Quiz!
Fill in your name and email and click next if you are ready! You have one try for the quiz!

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1. What is the first thing you need to do when seeing a new patient (after administration)?
2. What has to be included in every patient history taking?
3. Why would you do functional assessment?
4. What is the normal order of a physiotherapy session? Mark the incorrect order (not all steps are included)!
5. Which muscles are often weak in a patient with osteoarthritis in the hip?
6. Which spinal curvature is not present in a healthy patient?
7. What is the capsular pattern of the hip joint (according to the KNGF guideline)?
8. What is the MLPP (Maximally Loose Packed Position) of the knee joint?
9. What will most likely change in the gait cycle for patient who suffered a blow to the right knee (3 days ago)?
10. Which order of the following events in the gait cycle is wrong?
11. Which of the following characterizes a pathological end-feel?
12. Which of the following values would you consider abnormal when testing AROM in the hip joint?
13. Which muscle is usually tight in iliotibial band friction syndrome / Runner's knee?
14. Which of the following muscles is a phasic muscle?
15. Which of the following muscles is a tonic muscle?
16. Inversion is the combined movement of:
17. Tightness of which muscles does the Thomas test assess for?
18. The Ober's test assess for tightness of the:
19. In active knee flexion, the patella moves:
20. If you were to assess a hamstring contracture, which of the following tests could you use?

Be sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results!



Preparation for next week:

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