Preparing for your ABOG oral exam with Telephone Mock Orals on your OB GYN case list or structured cases
  • Preparing for your ABOG oral exam with Telephone Mock Orals on your OB GYN case list or structured cases
  • Mock Oral conducted at America's OB GYN Board 5 day Review Course in Charlotte, NC
  • Just like your ABOG oral exam, ABC mock orals simulate what your exam day in Dallas, TX will be like

Faculty


Krishna Das
MD, FACOG


Quinn Peeper
MD, FACOG


Katherine Shepherd
DO, FACOG


Rebecca Usadi
MD, FACOG


Nicole Kummer
MD, FACOG


Michelle Tucker
MD, FACOG


Priya Patel
MD, FACOG


Niamh Condon
DO, FACOOG


Arij Faksh
DO, FACOG


Alexandria Hill
MD, FACOG


Jennifer Wenzell
DO, FACOG


Muna Alam
DO, FACOG


Tara Budinetz
DO, FACOG


Megan Carreno
MD, FACOG


Kerry Griffin
MD, FACOG


Tiffany Martinez
DO, FACOG


Kristl Tomlin
MD, FACOG


Lauren Castleberry
MD, FACOG

A mock oral exam simulates your ABOG oral board exam. Most will need at least three mock oral exams as they scale that exponential learning curve to reach a comfortable level of readiness for the test.

  • A private mock oral exam is conducted by an ABC faculty member of your choice
  • This one-on-one, half-hour private session can occur during the ABC Review Course or via telephone
  • Your mock session can be recorded for later review
  • ABC faculty consists of Generalists, GYN, Oncology, REI, MFM, Urogynecologists, Internal Medicine, Family Practice
  • 1/2 hr mock orals with Dr. Das - $200

Overwhelmingly, the most common test format throughout medical school and residency is written. Years of experience with the written format make taking the written exam straightforward and predictable. Preparation for, and actually taking an oral exam are quite different. Experimentation with the oral exam format should not be reserved for your first encounter with the oral boards. DO NOT take this exam cold!

ALL of the ABC mock oral examiners are PRACTITIONERS. Just because you are obviously practicing OB/GYN doesn't mean other courses' faculty are...and unfortunately, many are NOT!

The ONLY way an examiner can REALLY understand if a candidate is knowledgeable is by actually managing the very issues that he is examining you on. We encourage you to seek out mock oral exams at home--with your colleagues, retired partners, specialists to whom you refer, etc. They won't charge you a dime. Quantity is good. However, remember their only experience with an exam was their own! At some point you will realize. . . Don't try this at home. You need an examiner experienced in testing AND one who knows the latest exam trends. Don't risk getting false reassurance from an amateur or non-practitioner.  

Note:  If you fail to schedule your mock oral(s) before your exam, no refund will be issued.

 

Faculty


Krishna Das
MD, FACOG


Quinn Peeper
MD, FACOG


Katherine Shepherd
DO, FACOG


Rebecca Usadi
MD, FACOG


Nicole Kummer
MD, FACOG


Michelle Tucker
MD, FACOG


Priya Patel
MD, FACOG


Niamh Condon
DO, FACOOG


Arij Faksh
DO, FACOG


Alexandria Hill
MD, FACOG


Jennifer Wenzell
DO, FACOG


Muna Alam
DO, FACOG


Tara Budinetz
DO, FACOG


Megan Carreno
MD, FACOG


Kerry Griffin
MD, FACOG


Tiffany Martinez
DO, FACOG


Kristl Tomlin
MD, FACOG


Lauren Castleberry
MD, FACOG

Testimonials

“I was very appreciative for the comprehensive review in November with ABC, and for the mock orals (all of which, in my opinion, were harder than the real thing- which is good!). I also formed a little "study group" with 3 other people from the prep course, and we all "met" once a week in a conference call and did mocks. That was helpful, for motivation to continue studying, to compare study notes and ask each other questions, and to hear about topics from their case lists that might not have come up on mine. Taking the exam was the easiest part of the entire process!”   JO   

"It was a great mock oral experience.  I appreciate Dr. McDonald's sincere efforts in picking the different cases and he asked appropriate (including difficult complications) questions." - AS

"The mock orals were very accurate in helping me prepare for the actual exam. Not only did it give me the opportunity to practice speaking (as it turns out the tongue has muscle memory) but it allowed me to organize and structure my responses before the actual exam." -- TS

"I lead a forum for student doctors and have been keeping my readers posted on my personal experience with my oral boards preparation. I tapped into three different companies, but your mock oral examiners were hands down the best."  --DE

"I took my exam last week and PASSED!! This was my second time and I was really worried.  Mock orals really helped (one thing I had not done last year).  Also the topic reviewed in the course were spot on!! Thanks again." --CC

“The mock orals were a perfect way to gain insight to the actual exam, and practice saying out loud the knowledge that was in my head. Dr. Kummer was wonderful!  Her line of questioning on my case list was spot on with the examiners.”  RO

 

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