- Read the anchor statement from the college website!!
There are A TON of clues there for what the examiners will be looking for. You can use history to get information, for instance. You need to practice presenting developmental cases in a concise way, and think about the sort of agencies in and OUTSIDE health that you might refer to.
2. Have a routine
There are only a finite number of tasks they will set- be ready to run through a routine for each. If you have a routine that you have practiced you will have spare brain capacity to actually notice what the child is doing!
Here are some: