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Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Board Review Questions

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Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Board Review Topics Covered:

  • Neurologic Disorders
  • Musculoskeletal Medicine
  • Amputation, Equipment and Assistive Technology
  • Medical Rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation Problems & Outcomes
  • Electrodiagnosis
  • Applied and Basic Science
  • Patient Evaluation & Diagnosis

Information About the ABPMR Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Part 1 Exam

The PM&R Part 1 Examination is a cumulative computer based exam designed to assess a mastery of education in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. The test consists of 325 questions, divided into a morning section of 3 hours (165 questions) and an afternoon section of 3 hours (160 questions). The types of question will vary; some may test recall of facts while others ask for dissection of more sophisticated diagnostic or treatment evaluations. The 2015 pass rate for the PM&R Exam Part 1 was 86%.

In addition to the BoardVitals PM&R Board Review Question Bank, it’s suggested that you also review these 100 free ABPMR Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation practice questions. They include retired questions from past PM&R board exams, but do not include rationales or explanations for the answers.