Practice with mock orals and structured cases at our Hybrid August Review Course
Virtual or in-person (in Asheville, NC) Interactive Review Course
ABC offers an exam-focused and streamlined review in accordance with the latest ACOG standards. Focus on the latest high-yield topics for your exam and clinical pearls for your everyday practice. Each day there will be a facilitated and interactive review of topics.
*This activity provides up to 50.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits*
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Upcoming Deadlines, Events, and Dates:
2nd - A $300 late fee will apply for any case lists submitted to ABC for review for the August 16th submission deadline
11th - No case lists will be accepted after this date for the August 16th submission deadline
15th - ABC's Oral Exam Workshop
16th - 20th - ABC's virtual and in-person five-day review course
16th - ABOG final case list submission and/or exam fee
4th - Labor Day
30th - ABOG 2023 Subspecialty Certification - Last day for exam fee and thesis submission for 2024 Certifying exam
ABOG Oral Exam Study Tip
Lock your textbooks away. The only references you will need are the Compendium, Precis, and Prologs, and did we mention THE COMPENDIUM? These are the answer guides for your test. Contact acog.org if you need to order the newest version. A well-kept secret is to check the back of the green journal, Obstetrics & Gynecology, every month for the latest updates to the Compendium. You'll really impress the examiner if you are that current.
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Written Test Taking Skills Online
Krishna Das, Facilitator
How do you describe yourself as a Standardized Test Taker? At ABC we offer a program of study that uses a methodology we call CQRPE. For those who diligently put it into practice, the CQRPE method has been proven to improve test scores by at least 1 Standard Deviation (20 points). In addition to the methodology, you will learn various evidence-based techniques to empower you to overcome such challenges as testing anxiety, distraction/lack of focus, and memory/cognition issues. This integrative approach addresses multiple modalities to optimize your performance, achieve your objectives, and maximize your learning style and preferences.