Recalls, recalls, and recalls.What are the best resource(s) in preparation for the clinical written exam?
Is the Osler course useful?
They are somewhat useful. However, the clinical written exams tend to ask more "bread and butter" questions and less "zebras." Also, the written exam has become increasingly imaged-based (obviously this is not true of the in-service). They may either show you dedicated imaging (usually MRI) that is pathognomonic and ask you what it is. Also, there were several images from fiberoptic exams asking you about likely deficits or diagnosis.How useful is it to go over Inservice Exams?