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If you are interested in earning a Professional in Human Resources(PHR) certification, you should reach out to Varsity Tutors to begin New York City PHR certification training. The PHR certification is designed to advance your career in human resources. Earning this certification demonstrates your mastery of the technical and operational aspects of HR management, including U.S. laws and regulations. There are numerous benefits to becoming PHR certified, including increasing your visibility and marketability as an HR expert, earning respect and greater potential for promotions and higher earnings, and demonstrating your commitment to people management practices that add business value.

There are several benefits to studying in a New York City PHR certification course. Finding time to study for your certification test can represent a significant challenge. A New York City PHR certification course can help with this because you can attend your class sessions completely online. You don't have to spend valuable time commuting to your study sessions because you can attend them from your house or from any other location with an Internet connection.

You also have the option of choosing between a two or four-week course. Two week courses can be beneficial because they allow you to review the content at an accelerated pace. Four-week sessions allow you to work at a more methodical pace and potentially reduce your workload. New classes start up every month so you're never far away from a new class session beginning. Class sessions are offered at various points throughout the day, so you shouldn't have any issues identifying one that fits into your schedule.

In order to earn a PHR certification, you must meet several requirements. You need to have a combination of both education and work experience. The possible combinations include having a high school diploma and at least four years of experience in a professional HR position, having a bachelor's degree from a college like Columbia University and two years of experience, or holding a master's degree with one year of experience. In addition to these education and work experiences, you will need to pass a certification test. You will also need to recertify every three years, which can be achieved by taking the certification test again.

The PHR certification test takes 3 hours to complete and contains 150 questions that are mostly multiple choice. The exam is taken on the computer and is administered all year-round. Some of the concepts likely to show up on your certification exam include using information about the organization and business environment to reinforce expectations and influence decision making, identifying and attracting talent, and contributing to the organization's learning and development activities by implementing and evaluating programs and providing internal consultation.

A New York City PHR certification class can help you prepare for your certification test in a variety of ways. Your instructor can give a brief overview of most concepts by holding lectures. They can pay special attention to any topics that are especially important to know for your test or that your class is having a hard time understanding. You also have the option of requesting a meeting with your instructor outside of class to ask any questions not answered in your class session.

In addition to lectures, you can also participate in class discussions and activities with your classmates. These can be beneficial because this gives you an alternative method of reviewing rather than just listening to a lecture. This can be advantageous because not every student learns well through lectures. Your instructor can provide multiple ways of reviewing the same content so that everyone in your class can review in a supportive environment. The activities can give you an opportunity to use your skills in a more hands-on fashion. This can be especially valuable for PHR because many of the skills involved are practical. Discussions can allow you to both ask and answer questions and potentially gain new insight into study habits and the HR profession in general as your fellow students may have different perspectives and experiences. As you engage in these discussions and activities, your instructor can still be available to offer feedback and advice.

While reviewing content is an essential part of reviewing for your certification assessment, a New York City PHR certification class can also help you develop test-taking skills. Taking practice tests can play an important role in your New York City PHR certification training. Taking a practice test can help you manage your time effectively on your test. You can gain a better understanding of exactly how much time you can spend on each question. While you can calculate this out by looking at the number of questions and the total amount of time you have to finish your test, it can be easy to lose track of this during the test if you aren't familiar with it. A good strategy may be to skip the most difficult questions at first and come back to them later. This can help build your confidence while also ensuring that you don't get bogged down by a difficult question resulting in you not being able to finish the test. Additionally, if you do wind up running out of time, this ensures that you've at least answered the easier questions and any questions you don't get to will likely be the questions you had the least chance of answering correctly anyway.

There's also a possibility that you may encounter questions on your test that are rather dense and confusing. They may contain a lot of information, and you may be unsure of what is important and what isn't. New York City PHR certification training can show you how to read through such questions carefully and pull out the details that are actually relevant to answering them. It is also possible you may see questions that are intentionally convoluted. These questions are meant to trick students into answering incorrectly. However, knowing the content and being able to identify misleading information can prevent you from being led astray. A similar strategy can be employed when you come across questions you don't know. Rather than just guessing at random, your instructor can demonstrate how to search for clues in the question that can help you eliminate wrong answers. This can improve your likelihood of guessing correctly as you'll have fewer options to choose from.

It is normal for you to feel anxious both before and during a test. One of the major reasons individuals feel anxious is the uncertainty surrounding their exam. Taking practice tests in your New York City PHR certification class could help alleviate some of this uncertainty by helping you feel more comfortable with the types of questions and the overall layout of your test. Practice tests can also act as a diagnostic tool, as your instructor can offer feedback and provide advice on which topics you need to devote more time and attention to.

Preparing for your certification test can represent a significant challenge. But it isn't a challenge you need to face on your own. If you could use some assistance as you prepare for your Professional in Human Resources certification test, you should contact Varsity Tutors to get started with New York City PHR certification training.

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