Have you heard? The initial certification exam for the pediatric boards was LAST WEEK! I performed a survey afterwards because I wanted to know how well my Pediatrics Board Review (PBR) system prepared PBR members for the exam. I also wanted to know how to better prepare pediatricians and pediatric residents for the boards.
Almost 50% of the respondents commented on how they wish they had the PBR available to them during their residency training. There was a ton of great discussion between the members of the PBR community and myself about how things could have been different, and should be different, when it comes to preparing for this brutal exam.
One of the most prevent themes was the lack of early Click Here And Continue Reading…
As the pediatric board exam nears, I'm often asked the following questions:
The information on the American Board of pediatrics website is a little confusing, so I've tried to clarify some things below. I try to address some of the more key information you will need on test day. In this article I'll talk specifically about the INITIAL pediatric board certification exam. You'll learn:
The break up for the ABP Click Here And Continue Reading…
Thanks to everyone who contributed to this 25 page booklet of corrections and clarifications to the PBR core study guide and the Q and A book. It’s being released just in time for the exam. I’ve been so pleased with everyone's wonderful contributions that I’m making this available to everyone (not just the Bundle Pack members). All you have to do is hit the Facebook LIKE button below. After you LIKE it, you’ll see a link that gives you instant access to the 25-page PDF (Sorry! As of Sept. 2014, the LIKE software no longer works… so I'm now just giving it away! Just click on the image to download the guide. It would be GREAT if you could visit https://www.facebook.com/PedsBoardReview and give it a LIKE).Download Now! [/pwal]
For those of you who do not have a Facebook account, or for those of you who would like to take part in the PBR forum, simply visit the PBR forum and go through the various sections to see corrections, clarifications and some phenomenal info from the PBR community.