Are you preparing for your Preventive Medicine MOC Exam? If so, it’s about time you get started practicing. This recertification exam is designed to test doctors on their knowledge of epidemiology, biostatistics, mental health and clinical preventive medicine. You’ll be asked to apply principles or regulations based on typical situations specialists face. You know all of the material, but you’ll want to make sure it’s easily accessible in your mind. The best way to sharpen old test taking skills is through practice questions. Let’s prevent a failing grade by starting you off with four practice questions from our Preventive Medicine MOC bank.
How did you do? Whether you got them all right or missed the mark, you’re on the right track by getting started today.
The Preventive Medicine Recertification Exam is an in-person exam administered with pencil and paper. You will have two hours to complete the 100 multiple-choice questions. To pass, you need to answer 60 questions correctly. You will receive your results via email no more than four weeks after you complete your exam.
According to the ABPM Preventive Medicine MOC Study Guide & Content Outline, the following topics are covered on the exam:
- Clinical Preventive Medicine 25%
- Public Health/Population Health Medicine 25%
- Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Informatics 20%
- Environmental Medicine 15%
- Strategic Healthcare Leadership 15%
The BoardVitals Preventive Medicine MOC bank features more than 550 board-style questions that are each accompanied by detailed explanations and rationales to act as mini-lectures for a more comprehensive understanding of the topics. Use code QUIZ10 for 10% off.
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