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Failed Pediatric Boards? Here’s A Study Schedule That Works!

Try A New PlanHave You Failed the Peds Boards? Here's a Study Schedule That Works!

A failed pediatric boards attempt is devastating, so having a study schedule that’s detailed is essential to helping you pass next time. I know this because the PBR has helped pediatricians who have failed the peds boards repeatedly FINALLY pass the exam.

I’ve never hidden the fact that I failed the boards the first time, and that the Pediatrics Board Review (PBR) books and website are all meant to make it as easy as possible for ANY pediatrician to pass the boards. But, it may surprise you to know that almost 50% of the pediatricians who end up purchasing the PBR study guides do so because Click Here And Continue Reading…

Need A Pediatric Board Study Plan?

Coming Up With a Study Plan is a MUST for The Pediatric Boards

Plan to Study… A LOT!A question I find myself being asked quite frequently is…

Can you give us some sort of a pediatric board study plan?” 

Having taken the boards twice, I know from experience what it takes to achieve a PASSING score. When I took the boards the passing score was a 410. I scored a 370 on my first attempt and a 540 on the second. Point being, I worked VERY hard to pass the second time and I've put all of my study techniques and insights into PBR. There's nothing like it on the market. The data that I've gathered thus far shows that the pass rate with PBR is > 90% for first-time test takers of the initial certification exam, and the PBR has a 100% pass rate for the ABP Maintenance of Certification (MOC or recertification) exam for several years in a row.

STUDY PLAN BY 4 GENERAL CATEGORIES

CHECK WHICH CATEGORY YOU FIT INTOIn order to mirror that type of success, though, you MUST know how much time you need to allocate to your study process. Then, you MUST  Click Here And Continue Reading…