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Rosh Review’s ConCert Qbank will give you all the practice you need. Use the search feature to answer questions on the online, open-book exam. Learn more.
The Rosh Review blog provides study and exam prep tips, podcasts, and more for physicians, NPs, PAs, residents, and students. Below you’ll find a list of the blog posts that highlight ConCert. Take a look and learn something new.
How to Use the Search Feature to Help Take the ABEM ConCert™ Open-Book Exam
As an emergency medicine physician who sat for two ABEM Certification Exams, I am excited to see that ABEM has made the ConCert Exam online and open book amid coronavirus (COVID-19). Nonetheless, being able to access resources while taking the exam may not be any easier or lead to a higher score than taking the exam read more…
Why You Still Need to Take the ABEM Recertification (ConCert™) Exam…For Now
The ABEM recertification exam, also known as the ConCert exam, is traditionally administered annually in the fall, usually in September. The exam consists of 205 multiple choice questions given over two blocks. You have 4 hours and 15 minutes available to complete the exam. In 2018, ABEM announced they would be implementing an alternative to read more…
A Few Last-Minute Test-Taking Tips for Your ABEM ConCert™ Exam
Here are a few last-minute tips for your exam… The hardest part of this exam is being able to answer the questions based on the “standard” rather than what you do in “your shop.” Don’t overthink. Remember, there are no tricks. The woman who steps off a plane from China with unilateral leg swelling, a read more…
Mock ABEM ConCert™ and Last-Minute Study Tips
With the ABEM ConCert Exam around the corner, we want to first thank you for choosing Rosh Review for your Qbank. It is a privilege to play even a small role in your career. If you are looking for a one last study tool, you can now find the Mock ABEM ConCert Exam in your read more…
Rosh Review as a Predictive Instrument for the ABEM ConCert™ Exam
In 2013 we studied Rosh Review as a predictive Instrument for ABEM ConCert™ Exam. Our results demonstrated that our model was 98.8% accurate in predicting that a user would pass their board exam. The mean difference between Rosh Review’s predicted score and the user’s actual score was 2.5 points (95% CI 1.4-3.6).
How to Increase Your Emergency Medicine Board Exam Score by 10 Points
There are so many tactics you can use when preparing to take a standardized exam such as an In-Training Exam (ITE) or Certification Exam. But there is one I found to be the most useful.