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“Overall, the questions in the ABPM question bank are very comprehensive. They cover the majority of the topics that may be tested on in the ABPM examination. The explanations that are given after the question are great as well, so you not only learn the right answer but also why the other answers are incorrect. A must have for anyone taking the ABPM examination! ”


About the ABPM Podiatry Board Exam, Part 1

Based on best estimates, the pass rate for the Podiatry qualification exam is approximately 85%. (Based on interviews and program specific information made available) The traditional written exam is difficult, but focusing on the right topics and taking practice questions over a several month period is shown to greatly improve performance.

Podiatry Qualification Exam Content

50% of exam content is specific to Podiatric Orthopedics, which covers not only general Orthopedic practice, but also topics such as patient comfort. Topics within podiatric orthopedics are generally weighted the same and include:

  • Biomechanics / Pathomechanics / Orthotics / Prosthetics
  • General Orthopedics
  • Pedorthics
  • Rehabilitation / Physical Therapy
  • Surgical Criteria
  • Trauma / Sports Medicine

The other 50% of the exam covers Podiatric Medicine. This covers general medical knowledge and includes the following topics, all of which are weighted about the same:

  • Cardiology / Pulmonology
  • Dermatology
  • Emergencies
  • Endocrinology
  • Gastroenterology / Nephrology
  • General Medicine
  • Hematology / Oncology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Neurology
  • Peripheral Vascular Disease
  • Psychosocial / Public Health (includes biostatistics, community health and epidemiology)
  • Rheumatology
  • Wound Care

ABPM Exam Format

The qualifying exam is a very standard MCQ (multiple choice) format consisting of 200 questions. It is always single best answer and the questions are not meant to be tricky. For the qualification/written exam, the questions are configured to test knowledge and not meant to create impossible to decipher decision making. In general, focus on your initial impression of the right answer.

For practice questions, we first suggest going through the study guide questions published by the ABPM. On page 3 you’ll find a small sample of questions that are excellent preparation for the format of the exam. While it offers only a limited number of sample questions compared to the 200 questions on the actual exam, these questions are good exposure to how the board questions are written. The BoardVitals podiatry questions are offered in a similar format and do not include any formats you will not see on the actual ABPM exam.

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