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Calm your mind even in the midst of preparing for your upcoming exam
From Healthy Women Website
Studying for your Written, Oral, MOC or OCC exam is often a stressful time in life. Studies show that implementing a regular meditation can increase gray matter and volume in parts of your brain. The result is more cognition, memory, perspective and less stress. Recognizing that physicians have a limited amount of free time each day these three simple methods can have positive results.
- At bedtime try Yogic sleep or Yoga Nidra - there are free audio apps that you can play as you prepare for sleep.
- Walking Meditation - be present by noticing different areas in your body from your toes to the top of your head. This practice can help clear your mind and stay mindful in the moment.
- Colorful coloring - its not just for children. Grad your colored pencils & pay attention to your breath. Combining the two can have a calming effect.
Upcoming Deadlines, Events, Dates:
4th - Independence Day
13th - ABOG candidates notified to submit case lists and photographs
16th - ABOG Primary & Subspecialty Written Exam at Pearson Vue
31st - ABOG final deadline to apply for 2021 Subspecialty Oral Exam
31st - ABOG Oral Exam - final case list submission and/or exam fee
Are you preparing to take your Oral Exam in 2021?
Dr. Das' fast track advice
If you the fast track for the 2021 oral exam, you will begin collecting your cases JULY 1. Even though you cannot apply for the exam until February 2021, if you wait that long to start collecting your cases, you're already SEVEN months behind - BIG MISTAKE!
September Interactive Oral Board Review Course
This is the month that you will hear which test month you have been assigned. Our Interactive Review Course is perfectly timed to help prepare you for your exam. You have the option of coming to our September or November course.
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