July 2020 Tip of the Month

Comprehensive Case List Review We offer case list reviews from now until August 24th.  Our seasoned faculty can pinpoint errors, column confusion and areas to improve.  You will also have an opportunity to speak directly with your reviewer by phone and ask any questions you may have lingering.  Call Melissa Krauss in our office today at 877-222-6249 ext. 706 For ABOG 2020 ORAL Exam Candidates The case list and your examination fee of $1025 are both due 8/1/19. Check your home page as ABOG typically assigns your exam month in July. I know that you haven’t even turned in your case list...

June 2020 Tip of the Month

For ABOG 2020 Qualifying (WRITTEN) Exam Candidates June is here!!! Where did the time go? Fortunately, ABOG has moved the exam to July 16th.  Now’s the time to quickly unload some ballast. We recommend you limit your studying to a review and solidify your strengths. Don’t study those topics whose questions you totally nailed or those about which you have no clue. Instead, review those subjects whose answers you narrowed down to two. Strive for 70% correct, as this will assure a pass. You must practice with WRITTEN questions at the end of each study topic. Our Written Question Manuals, unlike many sources, is indeed categorized by...

May 2020 Tip of the Month

For ABOG 2020 WRITTEN Exam Candidates The exam is NEXT month – EEE GADS! For those of you finishing your residency, the end-of-year projects and deadlines will really compete with your remaining study time. You MUST be organized to be able to keep all those balls in the air. It is your responsibility to schedule a seat with the Pearson VUE testing center. Seats were released after March 25 but may not be after June 3. Seats are limited and are assigned on a “first-come, first-served” basis. You need to do some soul searching and accept the fact that you simply will not be able...

April 2020 Tip of the Month

For ABOG & AOBOG 2020 WRITTEN Exam Candidates The AOBOG exam is THIS month and the ABOG exam is in just TWO months – YIKES! For those of you finishing your residency, the end of year stuff - projects and deadlines will really kick in next month. So this is probably your last month for hardcore studying. Don’t let it slip away. For the ABOG exam, it is your responsibility to schedule a seat with the Pearson VUE testing center. Seats are released after March 25th but may not be scheduled after June 3rd. Seats are limited and assigned on a “first-come,...

March 2020 Tip of the Month

March 2020 Tip of the Month ABOG Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Candidates By now, you should have received your sticker for your frame verifying that you are re-credentialed through 2020. For those of you who are wondering why you can’t access your articles, it’s because you have to reapply every year. You can now access the majority of articles via a link, which makes it so much easier by eliminating the librarian middleman to obtain the articles. So, you can scratch that off your list of excuses. Speaking of excuses, the list of journal articles for the first quarter came out mid-January....

February 2020 Tip of the Month

ABOG & AOBOG 2019 WRITTEN Exam Candidates Are you still reeling from the CREOG in-service training exam? Are you regretting that you didn’t take it seriously? Well, how’s this for a reality check? ABOG no longer reports your score; it’s only pass or fail. Thus, the ONLY predictor of your passing your written boards is your CREOG score! We strongly advise taking a BOARD prep course, not just a review course, our April 1-5 course, is an exam focused review. In just five days, we’ll cover 90% of the exam topics. Our faculty base their lectures on ACOG clinical guidelines. Most importantly, every lecture concludes with written exam questions, which...

January 2020 Tip of the Month

February Dallas Mock Orals  ABC Mock Oral Examiner, Krishna Das, MD, FACOG Are you one of the last to sit for your ABOG oral boards?  Mock orals are the key to passing your exam.  We will question you on your cast list or the structured cases format exam, fine-tune your articulation and work out those last-minute jitters.  Call ABC today to schedule. ABOG 2019 ORAL Exam Candidates JANUARY Exam Candidates The holidays are finally over. You thought January would never get here. Well, it’s here! You can sure identify with your patients who go into labor. Be careful what you wish...

December 2019 Tip of the Month

ABC's Dallas Mock Oral Faculty Is your ABOG oral exam next week?  Our faculty arrives on Sunday the 2nd to help you fine-tune your articulation before your examination day.  For ABOG 2019 ORAL Exam Candidates: DECEMBER Exam Candidates. . . Were you feeling blessed on Thanksgiving because it will finally be over? Well, ask and ye shall receive! With you every step… Test Taking Technique   Just remember 70%. That’s all you need to pass the exam.  You do not need, nor will you likely get, 100% of the questions correct. The questions will come at you in rapid-fire succession. Often...

November 2019 Tip of the Month

Dallas Mock Orals - book now! Dr. Megan Carreno is available to help you with any last-minute polishing before you take your November ABOG oral exam.  Email Kelly Friesen today at kelly@americasboardreview.com. For ABOG 2019 ORAL Exam Candidates NOVEMBER Exam Candidates It’s showtime! A great way to pull it all together (or salvage what’s left if you procrastinated) is to take advantage of our Do or Die in Dallas private one-on-one sessions. We’re bringing our best, so you can be at your best. Dr. Megan Carreno will be in Dallas from Saturday, November 3rd to Wednesday, November 6th. She will do whatever it takes to get...

October 2019 Tip of the Month

 For ABOG 2019 ORAL Exam Candidates NOVEMBER Exam Candidates OK, the exam is next month, so it’s time to pull it all together. You need to come out running with mock oral exams. Plan to meet with those who reviewed your case list earlier and ask them to give you a mock oral. It’s also time to call for reinforcements and recruit other sources, such as local and regional colleagues, academicians, subspecialists and generalists. After each mock oral, go back for a targeted review of missed topics. Make a new game plan and try it out with the next mock oral....
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