Study strategies

Do I Need to Study for the Alternative PANRE?

Published: December 11, 2018  |  Read more

That depends. If you practice in a primary care setting, such as Internal Medicine or Family Medicine, then you are probably getting exposed to the core medical content that will appear on the PANRE Pilot. According to the NCCPA, “the PANRE Pilot will assess core medical knowledge (the knowledge all PAs should maintain regardless of their […]

Pummel the PANCE: Perspectives in Passing

Published: December 6, 2018  |  Read more

Before I even started to study for the PANCE, I made a detailed, weekly study schedule on Microsoft Word. As my studies progressed, I found this schedule to be incredibly motivating and helpful in staying on track. After making this schedule, I then selected several PANCE study resources to use over the course of my […]

Rock Your Rotation Exam: Schedule For Success!

Published: November 19, 2018  |  Read more

 I am a second year PA student at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania and started the exciting journey through clinical rotations this past June. First up for me was General Surgery, followed by Pediatrics, and now an elective rotation in Emergency Medicine. I will admit, for the first End of Rotation™ Exam (EOR™), I […]

15 Useful Tips to Ace Your ABFM Certification Exam

Published: October 6, 2018  |  Read more

With the ABFM Certification Exam around the corner, here are a few useful tips that may come in handy. 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 it. Remember, there are no tricks. The woman with […]

15 Useful Tips to Ace Your ABEM Initial Certification Exam

Published: October 5, 2018  |  Read more

With the Initial Certification Exam around the corner, here are a few useful tips that may come in handy. 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 it. Remember, there are no tricks. The woman who […]

A Few Last Minute Test-Taking Tips for Your ABEM ConCert Exam

Published: September 21, 2018  |  Read more

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 cough, and syncope…has a PE, not influenza or some […]

How To Rock Your Clinical Rotations and End of Your Rotation Exams

Published: September 19, 2018  |  Read more

PA school is full of many “firsts” – first day of didactic year, first didactic exam, first standardized patient, and then your first REAL patient on your first clinical rotation. The transition between didactic year and clinical year is a big one. You go from the comfortable academic environment, with the same classmates, hidden behind […]

Mock General Pediatrics Certification Exam and Last Minute Study Tips

Published: September 18, 2018  |  Read more

Rosh Review is not sponsored or endorsed by, or affiliated with, the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP). All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. With the ABP General Pediatrics Certification Exam around the corner, we want to first thank you for choosing Rosh Review for your Qbank. It is a privilege to play […]

Mock ABEM ConCert™ and Last Minute Study Tips

Published: September 17, 2018  |  Read more

Rosh Review is not sponsored or endorsed by, or affiliated with, the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) nor the ConCert™ Exam. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. With the ABEM ConCert™ Exam around the corner, we want to first thank you for choosing Rosh Review for your Qbank. It is a […]

The Exam Writers Strategy That Test Takers Don’t Know About (But Should)

Published: April 14, 2018  |  Read more

Are you ready for a study strategy that will consolidate and organize your studying so that you can more easily assess your progress, identify weaknesses, and give you the confidence to enter your next exam ready to give the exam writers a real taste of who they’re messing with? By the time you graduate from […]

The PANCE Study Plan They Don’t Teach You In PA School…

Published: January 26, 2018  |  Read more

At the end of 2016, I had a PA student reach out to me after having failed her PANCE four times. The fifth time she took the PANCE, she crushed it and easily passed. These are the techniques we employed for her that you can use to prepare for your exam.