[Histonet] RE: HTL Certification

Beth Cox bethcoxx <@t> gmail.com
Thu May 22 05:41:09 CDT 2014

Hi Cecy,

I recommend the Michigan Society of Histotech's HT/HTL Study Workbook.  
This will take you through everything you need for the HTL in an 
organized and clear manner (much better than the ASCP outline).  Note 
that this is a workbook that you fill in, not a question/answer book.  
It has forms and charts to lead you through all your study.  It will 
help you understand the info, much better than just memorizing.

I think the cost is $25.  you can order one at:   www.mihisto.org

Vagabond Histotech

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Date: Mon, 19 May 2014 12:32:36 -0500
From: Cecy Stan<cecystan76 <@t> gmail.com>
Subject: [Histonet] HTL certification
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Hello everyone,

I'm starting to prepare for my HTL certification (I am very nervous
and anxious but also very excited about this decision to go for it).

I was just curious to know how you guys prepared for it, and how long it
took for you to prepare before taking the test. Will 6 months preparation
be enough? (I know that may depend on the individual; it's just that I
had my Masters over 10 years ago and I haven't studied this much since

I have Freida L. Carson's 3rd Edition book -- quite daunting to memorize --
but the outline ASCP  has provided for study seems to be helpful. Do you
have any other book/study aid suggestions?

Thank you in advance for your input and advice!

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