October 2021 Tip of the Month

ABOG 2021 ORAL Exam Candidates JANUARY Exam Candidates Think you’re coasting, eh? A common regret is to get caught up in the holiday festivities and procrastinate studying until afterward. Big mistake because. Avoid tricks by sending your case list around Halloween to your following local/regional consultants or colleagues for recommendations in DEFENDING your case list: Case list component Reviewer OB MFM, generalist GYN GYN ONC, Urogyn, generalist Office Generalist, REI, FP, IM   Make sure you give them a strict deadline, say two weeks; and set a date now to discuss their recommendations. The ABC faculty can also review your case list one-on-one at the...

September 2021 Tip of the Month

ABOG 2021 ORAL Exam Candidates Once your case list has been submitted, we recommend you take some time off and then send it to your local/regional consultants or colleagues for recommendations in DEFENDING your case list:             Case list component               Reviewer                         OB                               MFM, generalist                         GYN                            GYN ONC, Urogyn, Generalist                         Office                          Generalist, REI, FP, IM Make sure you give them a strict deadline - say two weeks; and set a date now to discuss their recommendations. Also, consider utilizing ABC faculty. We’ll help you defend those nightmare cases or, just as important, point out the usual exam focus for all...

August 2021 Tip of the Month

For ABOG 2021 Certifying (ORAL) Exam Candidates It is time to research your review course options and register. Obviously, we are a bit biased, as we feel we have the ideal course; however, you should look for the following features. We recommend a BOARD review course, not just a review course, for an exam focused review. You also want a faculty that lectures in accordance with the latest ACOG recommendations and not on their boring research or the latest, yet unproven, fads. The faculty needs to be particularly knowledgeable in the oral exam process and content and also provide Mock Oral Exams and Case List Reviews. Our courses are...

July 2021 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 2021 Certifying ORAL Exam Candidates Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, ABOG has allowed additional time for the submission of your case list and exam fees. August 16th is the date without a late fee, and August 31st is the final deadline...

June 2021 Tip of the Month

For ABOG 2021 Qualifying (WRITTEN) Exam Candidates June is here!!! Where did the time go? Fortunately, the exam is not until the end of the month. 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 subject...

May 2021 Tip of the Month

For ABOG 2021 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 31 but may not be scheduled after June 7th. 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...

April 2021 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 31st but may not be scheduled after June 7th. Seats are limited and assigned on a “first-come, first-served”...

March 2021 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. Have you already broken your New Year’s resolution...

February 2021 Tip of the Month

ABOG & AOBOG 2021 Qualifying WRITTEN Exam Candidates Are you still reeling from the CREOG in-service training exam? Are you regretting that you didn’t take it seriously? ABOG will report your score next month. The CREOG in-service training exam is a good predictor of you passing your written boards.We strongly advise taking a BOARD prep course, not just a review course, our Virtual April 14-18 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 are compiled into a handy dandy packet for later testing and reinforcement.For those...

January 2021 Tip of the Month

ABOG 2020 Certifying Exam Candidates The holidays are finally over. You thought February would never get here. The exam has been hanging over you and dampening all your holidays. Well finally lets git’ r’ done! Strengthen your strengths and review your review. Pull out your Test Topics Manual from the course. Now you know why they are yellow, as they are worth their weight in gold. Fill in the answers and voila! -you have condensed the 1400-page binder into 132 pages! You should also be practicing with as many questions as possible. ABC has you covered with our Written Questions Online and Q-Banks. Test Taking...
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