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ITE exam prep for rookies

Discussion in 'Anesthesiology' started by aimedicine, Oct 4, 2015.

  1. aimedicine

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    Im a pgy1, just wondering if anyone have any good suggestion for prepping for ITE coming up in February....i.e what resource to use? how much time needs to be put in? etc...
     
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  3. ZzzPlz

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    I think ace exams and M5 board review would be very helpful.
     
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    Don't get too wrapped around the axle on the PGY-1 ITE ... better to absorb as much as you can from whatever rotation you're on at the moment.

    If you're a categorical CA-0 then your PD may have certain "expectations" of your ITE. In that case I would start by reading the first 1/2 of Baby Miller, and maybe doing some of the general questions in Hall or some other source.
     
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  5. aimedicine

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    Thanks guys.
     
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    baby miller, anesthesiaqbank.com, and big blue
     

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