Not all social work exam studying can be reading and practice tests and podcasts. Sometimes you'll want to sit back and let video be your study partner. YouTube's a good source for material that can help you know exam topics a little more intimately. Sure, you know who Carl Rogers was...but there he is talking and doing a session. Same goes for other theorists and writers. Other valuable video--much of it collected on Social Work Test Prep's YouTube channel--sums up the very concepts you can be expected to be tested on by the ASWB and BBS. Below, a few choice samples. But don't stop with these, surf away!
The information age has long since arrived, and with it lots and lots of free information. To pass your social work licensing exam, you used to need to spend hours in the library or dollars in a bookstore. Now, apart from dropping a little money on practice exams (we like SWTP for that), you can prepare to sit for the social work exam without leaving the place you're sitting or spending a single dollar.
The internet is full of free information ready to help you with the social work exam. Below are just a few sites offering a wide range of information about a variety of mental health topics. Click around, see what's there, take what you like and leave the rest.
Happy clicking, happy studying!