The Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) is something every psychology graduate student dreads. After spending years in school, hours reading, writing, applying for internship and fellowship, and collecting clinical hours, the day has finally come for that very last step.
Of course, it’s normal to feel anxious about the EPPP. Many have said, “You feel like you’re failing it the whole time you’re taking it, but it will be fine.” Or there’s an optimistic tone of, “You’re going to be fine, you’ll do great! You just need a score of 500 to pass.”
Then there are the aftermath celebrations and Facebook updates: “I passed the EPPP!” Or, “Another step closer to being licensed!”
I found it so rare and uncommon for my peers to speak about the other possibility: What happens if you don’t pass?
You may have noticed some changes to Time2Track the last time you logged into your account. We’re continually working to improve Time2Track, so we’ve recently upgraded a few features and made some visual changes. The changes shouldn’t affect you too much, but we still wanted to share them with you.
We know you all have been patiently waiting, and now we’re excited to announce that Time2Track Mobile (v.1) is here! We kept our highly-rated interface and made it portable, so there’s no learning curve. You’ll get the same great features in a package that you can use on-the-go. There’s nothing you’ll need to download, and you can access Time2Track Mobile from our website.
You can already track hours on your iPad or other tablet, but this summer you’ll also be able to track your hours quickly & easily from your smartphone with Time2Track Mobile! Best of all, we’ve kept Time2Track’s highly-rated interface and made it portable, so there’s no learning curve. You’ll get the same great features that you love in a package that you can use on-the-go. Make sure to subscribe to our blog for updates and availability of new features!