June 2021 Advisor

Written Exam CandidatesIt's Countdown Time! Start by practicing with written questions but how many? ABC advises: Four weeks - 25 questions per day Three weeks - 50 questions per day Two weeks - 75 questions per day Q Banks for the OB/GYNOur Q banks for the OB/GYN are an excellent resource to help you prepare for your exam. This computer based system is a multiple choice, single best answer designed to simulate your written board and CREOG in-service exam. Sold in sets of 50 questions.To Learn More  Vaccinating Pregnant and Breastfeeding Patients Against COVID-19From The American College of Obstetricians and...

June 2021 Sub Specialty News

FPMRS 2021 Qualifying (Written) Examination Candidates June is here and your qualifying exam is around the corner (June 25, 2021). With your approval from the boards, by now you should have scheduled your examination with Pearson VUE to guarantee a spot on your examination day.  As you are in the process of rounding up your fellowship responsibilities and planning graduation, do not forget the importance of this critical step in your subspecialty board certification. The examination will be a computer-based structure in the form of multiple-choice questions with single best answer.  Test your knowledge and understanding of topics as outlined in the published...

May 2021 Advisor

Written Exam CandidatesDr. Das' Test Taking Techniques: You probably intuitively knew this, but studies confirm that students usually miss the questions they spent the most time on. Compare this to the lead runner. Turning to look back to see where the other runners are will just slow him down. Thus, we recommend you proceed methodically, deliberately, and purposefully answering FIRST those questions for which you clearly know the answer.Read More Test Taking Technique » Fetal Growth RestrictionThis practice bulletin addresses the terminology, etiology and management criteria of fetal growth restrictions.    ACOG Practice Bulletin #227, February 2021ACOG Practice Bulletin #227 » Case...

May 2021 Subspecialty News

MFM 2022 ORAL Exam Candidates It’s still early in the process, but you’re smart to start thinking about this now. Next April will be here before you know it. What should you be working on right now? If you haven’t done so already, this is a great time to just get organized. You should have a clear idea about which project you’re submitting as your thesis. Consider getting a thesis review done WELL BEFORE the submission deadline. It's really never too early to do this! It’s also a good time to download the ABOG bulletin so you know exactly how to format...

April 2021 Subspecialty News

Subspecialists taking their 2021 Certifying (ORAL) Exam  A great way to pull it all together, or salvage what’s left if you procrastinated, is to take advantage of our subspecialty services including Case list mock exam sessions and Thesis mock sessions with our vastly experienced subspecialty faculty for your REI, MFM and FPMRS subspecialty oral exam. Our Do or Die in Dallas can warm you up for your big day with last-minute polishing (or cramming for some) through private sessions on whatever you need … mock orals, structured cases, etc. Test Taking Technique:The questions will come at you in rapid fire. Often times, the examiner...

March 2021 Advisor

Why choose our Virtual April Written Board Prep Course? Condensed focused lectures on high-yield topics CQRPE test-taking methodology Additional written questions in an exam environment Facilitated and interactive breakout sessions with your colleagues Course Binder and Test Topics Manual included 44 hrs of AMA PRA Category I credit hours available Learn More & Register Online Test Taking Skills Online Our Online Taking Skills Course will give you an evidence-based proven methodology. Adopting this technique improves CREOG scores an average of 1 standard deviation! This may be just what you need to boost you over to a pass for your board...

February 2021 Subspecialty News

MFM 2021 ORAL Exam Candidates It’s February! Take a deep breath – your list has been submitted. Excellent work!  Now it’s time to really crack down and study.  Do you have a study plan yet? Take the next two months to fill in any gaps in your knowledge and reinforce your strengths. Although your case list is a great source of topics to study from, and you should know the details about every diagnosis and treatment you have listed there, remember that there are several cases of the day that will be spanning all sorts of topics which may not show up...

February 2021 Advisor

Upcoming Webinars - Try a Session Free Written Exam Prep CourseApril 14-18 – Virtual You will be taught not only content but also how to take a written test. While at the course, you will practice those skills daily. When your real test day arrives, it will feel like just another practice day! You will walk into the exam with confidence.This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ Check out our packages and save! Learn More & Register Online  Subspecialty Webinars - FPMRS, MFM, REIBegins in February We've got a great way to start the New Year. ABC fills the...

January 2021 Advisor

Upcoming Webinars - Try a session free Subspecialty Webinars - FPMRS, MFM, REIBegins in February We've got a great way to start the New Year. ABC fills the information gap identified by subspecialists frustrated with a deficiency in their oral exam prep. ABC has put together a dynamic team specific to FPMRS, MFM and REI to help you prepare and pass your subspecialty exam. Each subspecialty webinar consists of: 1-hour webcasts on high yield topics Attend live for one or all sessions or learn on your own time by accessing the archives. Each session is focused on reviewing Structured Cases...

January 2021 Subspecialty news

ABOG MFM 2021 ORAL Exam Candidates Happy New Year, MFM oral exam candidates! It is 2021 and time to keep up the pace of your study plan. Your electronic case list is due to ABOG on February 1st - just as the Virtual SMFM Annual Meeting is wrapping up on January 30, 2021.  Many of you were postponed from the 2020 exam due to the pandemic - don’t let procrastination and fatigue get the best of you. Make one of your New Year’s resolutions a consistent plan for studying and reading to prepare for April. If you weren’t able to participate in the 2020 MFM review course...
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