Inservice Exam

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  1. southerndoc

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    So for those who have taken it, what's it like? How many questions? All multiple choice? How difficult?

    Just wanting to give myself an idea of what this February is going to be like!
     
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    Look at PEER V and VI. Inservice is VERY similar....
     
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    Where do you get copies of this? I guess the programs have a copy of it.
     
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    Yale handed us copies of Peer V (way back when....), so I am sure they will give you the Peer VI...Don't worry so much about the in service yet...You will be too busy on your rotations to do much studying...
    20 12's in the ED as an intern, MICU, CCU, Trauma service, IM are all very time consuming....:wow:
    You will do fine....Just go over the Peer VI stuff...Read (briefly)about your cases during your EM rotation, and you will ace the in service...
     

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