How do I study for the PANRE when I work in a specialized field?

According to a 2004 study, PAs in specialized practice areas have similar PANRE pass rates. So regardless of your area of practice, your chances of passing a generalized exam like the PANRE are still high. Just make sure you closely review the PANRE Content Blueprint topics.

For example, if you practice in dermatology, note that only 6% of the exam covers the dermatologic system. The five topics that make up 51% of the PANRE are cardiovascular (13%), GI (11%), pulmonary (10%), musculoskeletal (9%), and EENT (8%), so pay attention to the order of importance of these topics when you’re studying.

And here’s how you can use Rosh Review to target specific categories when you study.