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#1 of 2 Old 07-11-2012, 02:24 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hello all. I'm trying to decide which self-study/distance course to start taking. I'm looking at Midwife to be, Via Vita, MamaPrimitiva (thanks to another thread on here). Can anyone who's taken the NARM exam for CPM weigh in on how well MTB or either of the others prepared them? Also, if I'm missing any thorough, good programs that are equally affordable, I'd love to hear about it. Working mostly off the list on NARMs website of schools, and also some threads on here. Thank you!

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Unless MTB has changed a lot since I was a student, it will not prepare you well. It was really just a reading guide.
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