Did you know that ABC is the only review course in the country that caters to osteopathic physicians preparing for either their oral or written exam? Heck, our syllabus even highlights the AOBOG core topics for the oral exam. With our AOBOG Course Recordings, you'll get:
- Test Topics Manual (an ABC syllabus that is based exclusively on the topics that are most likely to occur on your exam)
- Corresponding Course Binder
- Choose from the following for AUDIOVISUAL:
- Choose from the following for AUDIO ONLY:
If you can't come to our course, are trying to get a jump start before the course or want to reinforce what you learned at the course, our recordings are the best solution. These online streaming media formats work on all computers and are available in either audio or audiovisual to access at home, in the car, at work, exercising, or on the go. When you purchase the Course Recordings you will automatically receive the Course Binder with the accompanying lecture handouts to follow along and take notes. Also included is a free copy of the Test Topics Manual to assure your studying is exam focused.
*ABC will not allow any account sharing and closely watches this type of activity on every course recording. Any accounts with simultaneous logins or suspicious activity will be immediately terminated without refund.
View Video Samples from the review course.
"Hello, I am writing to thank America's Board Review for helping me prepare for and pass the AOBOG oral exam. I did not get the opportunity to attending the live course, however I purchased the course DVD, oral webinar, and case list for DO's. During the exam, I actually knew more than what they were asking me and felt very prepared. The ABC review made it easier to study and information included was necessary and not too much fluff. Thanks again!"
"Your audio lectures were a great tool and was the 'music' I listened to on my way to/from the hospital. I have to share a funny story about them: they have a dangerous side too. One early morning I was driving home after a long night at the hospital and of course I was listening to one of your lectures, the one about the ureteral and bladder injuries. You said we have to know and memorize the course of the ureter and I found myself listening to your commands: 'I want you to close your eyes and imagine the ureter traveling...', and I was driving, and I closed my eyes; fortunately the gravel on the side of the road startled me out of my trance. That was a close call, but guess what they asked me on my exam? Yep, the course of the ureter...that one I couldn't suppress a laugh as I answered." -- VD
"The course topics were spot on with my exam." -- CC