Working on completing your Anesthesiology MOCA Minute® questions? Breeze through those MOCA Minute® questions every calendar quarter by taking MOCA exam-style practice questions designed to help you retain and improve your anesthesiology knowledge. We’ve pulled 4 sample questions from our Anesthesiology MOC question bank for you to try!
How’d you do? Whether you aced it or fell flat, you’re well on your way with taking the time to try the questions and learn from the detailed explanations.
About the American Board of Anesthesiology MOCA Minute®
The American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA) MOCA Minute® is designed to ensure assess the knowledge, judgment, and skills required of a board-certified anesthesiologist.
As Part 3 of the ABA’s MOCA 2.0® program, the MOCA Minute® is a longitudinal assessment that requires diplomates to answer 30 timed exam-style questions per calendar quarter (a total of 1200 questions during the 10-year MOCA cycle) in lieu of the 200-question MOCA exam every 10 years.
The MOCA Minute® is made up of multiple-choice questions similar to those typically found on MOCA exams. Diplomates are required to answer 30 questions per calendar quarter and no more than 30 questions per day. According to the MOCA 2.0® outline, the exam will test you on the following topics:
- Fundamental Topics in Anesthesiology
- Clinical Sciences: Anesthesia Procedures, Methods, and Techniques
- Organ-Based Basic and Clinical Sciences
- Clinical Subspecialties
- Special Problems or Issues in Anesthesiology
- Quality Improvement
- Overview of Anesthesiology Topics
- Critical Care Medicine
- Pain Medicine
- Pediatric Anesthesiology
The BoardVitals Anesthesiology MOC question bank was created with these topics in mind. It offers more than 900 questions written by ABA Certified Anesthesiologists and is accredited for up to 50 AMA PRA™ Category 1 Credit(s). Want more free practice? Start off with a free trial.