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The 3-6 Month Plan

Based on the responses you gave us, you have between 3 and 6 months before you take your exam.  You are a planner, and like to plan ahead for major tests.  You are a fast reader, and prefer to absorb information as quickly as you can.  You are also able to focus for long periods of time when you study, and this maximizes your learning ability.  You also like to learn in person, in a traditional lecture format. The plan below has been created for you:

OUR SUGGESTION:

Because of the amount of time you will have to study with this plan, we recommend purchasing our Platinum package, which includes our Advanced Practice Provider Clinical Skills and Procedure Workshop, Emergency Medicine Board Review Series, Emergency Medicine QBank,  Emergency Medicine Audio Review, Emergency Medicine Review Flashcards, and Emergency Medicine Stimulus Review.

Time to Exam

Recommended Materials

Daily Schedule

3-6 months

Focused Board Review Series

Test Question Bank (QBank)

Clinical Skills and Procedure Course

 

A well designed board review series will include brief topic-focused lectures that address the commonly tested items on your blueprint.  An excellent board review series will be practice-based and also translate to real world practice in addition to the test.

Review any notes you may have taken and add to them with your review notes.

90 minutes per day of focused review that combines 2-4 lectures per day and category-based QBank questions.  This will reinforce your reading.

Take a good lecture and procedure based clinical skills workshop!

3-2 months

Focused Board Review Series

Test Question Bank (QBank)

Podcasts/Audio Review

 

A well designed board review series will include brief topic-focused lectures that address the commonly tested items on your blueprint.  An excellent board review series will be practice-based and also translate to real world practice in addition to the test.

2 hours per day of active focused review.   Combine 2-4 lectures per day with category-based QBank questions.  This will reinforce your reading and memory.

You may have completed the lectures by this point (60 total hours of lectures).

Add 1 hour per day of passive learning such as our Audio Review, and concentrate on a different category that what you were actively studying.  This will give your brain a break, and help you as you continue your other focused review.

Choose 1 day a week to put your review away and take a break.

 

8-4 weeks

Focused Board Review Series

Test Question Bank (QBank)

Audio Review

2 hours per day of active focused review.   Combine 2-4 lectures per day with category-based QBank questions.  If you have completed the board review series lectures by now, focus solely on the QBank.

Continue 1 hour per day of passive learning such as our Audio Review, Flash Cards, and Stimulus Review.  The more ways you can stimulate your mind to learn without heavy concentration, the easier you will retain future topics

Choose 1 day a week to put your review away and take a break.

4-2 weeks

Board Review Series Notes

Test Question Bank (QBank)

Audio Review

Stimulus Review

Review Flash Cards

 

Review all of the notes you took in the Board Review Series.

Continue 1 hour per day of passive learning such as our Audio Review, Flash Cards, and Stimulus Review.  The more ways you can stimulate your mind to learn without heavy concentration, the easier you will retain future topics.

You should be taking daily practice tests as recommended in the QBank maximization page.  These tests should alternate between your remaining test questions, and your weakest areas to ensure you don’t miss anything.

Choose 1 day a week to put your review away and take a break.

 

4 weeks or less

Board Review Series Notes

Test Question Bank (QBank)

Audio Review

Stimulus Review

Review Flash Cards

Review all of the notes you took in the Board Review Series. Continue 1 hour per day of passive learning such as our Audio Review, Flash Cards, and Stimulus Review.  The more ways you can stimulate your mind to learn without heavy concentration, the easier you will retain future topics. You should be taking daily practice tests as recommended in the QBank maximization page.  These tests should alternate between your remaining test questions, and your weakest areas to ensure you don’t miss anything. Choose 1 day a week to put your review away and take a break. Take the day before your exam off.  You earned it!

This program is accredited for up to 90 credits/hours and 20 emergency medicine procedure credits/hours.  When combined with our Advanced Practice Clinical Skills and Procedure Workshop, participants will be eligible for up to 112.25 emergency medicine credit hours32 emergency medicine procedure hours, and 27.25 pharmacology hours.

 

Review modules can be purchased individually and combined with our other board review products to

make the ultimate personal review package!

 

All of our online educational products include 1 year of complimentary access to our Clinical Toolkit with Personal Notes, which renews annually for $49.99.

This is added to your purchase at checkout with no extra charge!  You may cancel your subscription at any time.

         
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