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The OBGYN MOC exam is computer-based and structured as two 50-question test selectives chosen by the diplomate. This means that there are 100 questions, and the time limit is 105 minutes. We suggest using our question bank with the timer set to one minute per question in order to simulate the real exam.
The exam is entirely multiple choice (MCQ) in single best answer format based on common clinical problems. Diplomates must achieve a score of at least 75% to pass the exam.
For additional practice questions, we also suggest using the free practice set that is available on the ABOG website.
The general feedback has been that the OBGYN exam content is straightforward. There are usually several distractors (4 or 5 in most cases) and it’s usually not a trick question. These questions are basic and direct, so trust your instinct and don’t over-think the question. Read the ABOG articles, go through the BoardVitals question bank a few times, and read Up-to-date or ClinicalKey on a few weak areas and you should be set for the exam.
The BoardVitals question bank also targets the AOBOG OCC continuous certification exam. Additional resources may be available via the ACOG.
Obstetrics, Gynecology and Office Practice & Women's Health (Selective A1 and B1)
Obstetrics Only (Selective A2 and B2)
Gynecology Only (Selective A3 and B3)
Office Practice and Women's Health (Selective A4 and B4)
Review the ABOG Bulletin for MOC for more details on the exam content.