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An Overview for Preparing Your Case list

  • September 9, 2015

The first thing you must remember is the case list is a first impression of you, You only get one chance for a first impression!!! That’s why it’s imperative that you take the time to have a thoughtful well constructed case list. Think back to when you apply to medical school. The most important piece of information was your personal statement. You took great efforts to make sure it was perfect it because you knew that this was a first impression. The case list a similar– the examiner sees the case list before they meet you in person and they make…

Top 10 Secret Tips to Passing the ABOG or AOBOG

  • September 2, 2015

What was the biggest reason for not passing your OB/Gyn Boards on the first attempt? This is an oral exam!! I have taken written examinations for most of my life (as we all have). I have learned and know how to take a written test, but I was not prepared for an oral exam which requires talking, discussing and defending your management. I did not pass on my first attempt and it was devastating. First you must know the material, guidelines and standard of care. Then you must be able to speak CONFIDENTLY about it. Practicing with mock oral exams…