Name* Email (Please use the same email address that you typically use with all PBR communication and memberships)* When did you graduate residency?* How many times have you taken the initial certification exam, and during which years?* What were your scores?* Re-Enter Your Email* How did you study?Which PBR resources did you actively use?Which resources did you NOT use? Why? (No access? No interest? Other?)How much did you study overall? Estimate the number of hours.What was the quality of your studying? High? Low? What made it high or low?About how many questions did you practice?What resources did you use to practice questions?On average, what were your scores during your practice sessions as the exam came closer?How was your comfort with the idea of "test-taking strategy" prior to the exam? Meaning, while you were still preparing and doing questions at home?How was your comfort with the use of "test-taking strategy" DURING the live exam?Were there any particular strategies from our Test-Taking Strategies course(s) that you found difficult to implement?How were you doing with pacing during practice exams before your real exam?How did you do with pacing during real exam?Did you have anxiety leading up to the exam? Meaning, more than just a little nervousness?How bad was your anxiety during the real exam? Was it crippling, or was it something that you were able to "shake off"?What was your work schedule like during the year of prep, and especially during the last 2 months leading up to the exam?What ideas do you have about how you'd like to adjust your preparation around the KNOWLEDGE piece of board prep for the next exam?What ideas do you have about how you'd like to adjust your preparation around the TEST-TAKING TECHNIQUE piece of board prep for the next exam?How many practice questions do you plan on using prior to the next exam? And will these be done in a mock exam format, or a mix of mock exams and random practice question sessions?Do you have any medical conditions that could be affecting your exam performance? If so, what are they?Is it possible that you might benefit from a visit with a medical professional (PCP, psychiatrist, neuropsychiatrist) in order to be evaluated for conditions which could help you obtain special test accommodations such as extra time?How much do you plan on working this year? Especially as the exam nears.How much time will you be taking off prior to the exam?Is there anything else that you'd like to discuss on the call?What's the best phone number for you?Have you visited http://pbrlinks.com/1-on-1-call to make sure that the software works on your computer and that the video function will work? Do you anticipate having any problems using that as our way of having the call?