The national center has provided an FBLA Competitive Events Online Reference Guide. By clicking on the obejctive test button, a list of all the tests will show. The competency PDF that is linked has the same competencies that are provided to test writers. By studying these competencies, or more specifically, the items that are unfamiliar, you increase your odds of being able to excel during the test. There are also a few sample questions available. All questions are multiple choice, but written based on the competencies.
There are several things that can be done to prepare for a performance event:
Beginning with NLC 2016, each state may send four (4) competitors in each event. This means significantly more competition and significantly more opportunities for students to compete.
The written report is important. It constitutes 2/3 of the total score, so getting each point possible is incredibly important. Some tips include:
These events, with the exception of Local Chapter Annual Business Report, will have a preliminary performance for all competitors, so be sure to look at the tips for prepared performances.
A graph has been developed by the national center that helps guide members in choosing events that are best suited for their interests. This chart can be found online on the national website.
FBLA Institute for Leaders is the premier business and leadership development program offered by National FBLA-PBL. IFL is held in conjunction with the FBLA National Leadership Conference each year.
Visit www.fblapblifl.org for more information and great leadership resources.
In late February or early March, the national center publishes the NLC Conference Guide, which has many important pieces of information. The guide and other information can be found on the national website, under the Conference tab.
In August or September, the national center publishes the NFLC Conference Guide, which has many important pieces of information. The guide and other information can be found on the national website, under the Conference tab.
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Membership in the Washington FBLA Professional Division is $35.00 per year. Life Professional Division membership dues are a one time amount of $350.00
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