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How to Pick Your ABOG Oral Board Review Center So now you’re on the last stage of the journey as you prepare yourself for the OB GYN oral exams. Soon, even this will come to pass, and you will emerge a winner. Of course, you have to do the works. You must be fully prepared, and that includes finding the right ABOG (American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology) oral exam reviewer. As you probably know, there are many options out there, but you have to be wise in your choice. Review Course Just as there are many review providers, there are also many review courses available. And most will include all aspects of obstetrics and gynecology, as well as office practice and women’s health. While the content of the reviews will be generally the same, it is in the approach that these courses differ the most. For instance, there will be classroom sessions, webinars, seminars, and so on. You have to choose the course that fits your style of learning. That’s obviously the best way to maximize the benefits you get from the review.
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Even with the best course or program, you will never learn as much as you need to from reviewers who are not even certified by ABOG themselves. It’s like taking relationship advice from someone who never had a love life himself. Definitely, the people you trust enough to help you with your ABOG oral exam should have “been there, done that” and successfully. Otherwise, how can you be sure they’re giving accurate information? The Price If you’re searching for an ABOG oral board review center that won’t charge you a thing, you’ll end up frustrated. There’s none. However, there can be wide variations in the prices offered by different centers. And as with any other service or product you need to pay for, pricier isn’t always best and vice-versa. But of course, the cheapest center is not the cheapest for no reason. If you’re sure that the reason has no negative effect on the review and its quality, then go for it. Otherwise, don’t take the risk. Location When considering a review center in terms of price, consider location. Even if the cost of the course is reasonable, you might end up spending too much because of the commute. Be practical when choosing a review provider, but still not to the point of compromising quality. Listening to Your Gut Signing up for formal review classes always has its advantages as opposed to reviewing on your own. For example, if you have questions about some parts of a subject matter, there will be someone to provide answers. Another thing is it’s so much easier to study when you have people testing you for what you have learned so far. And all the other advantages.