I got single digits in several categories last year...so stuff that i sucked on like peds, i went up to a 60...and then stuff i was already ok at like cornea i went up to a 90. Optics didnt change much, but thats just something that ill never be good at
I guess that depends who you ask. But for me I say good score is anything above 50 percentile. Great score is above 80 percentile. But in the end okap is just another test. There is no correlation between okap and how great ophthalmologist you are.
Anecdotally, my OKAPS were 70%, 55%, 55% 1st-3rd year with a decent amount of studying first and second year and no studying third year. I read Kanski once, and browsed through Chern a few times for written boards and ended up with a 75%. I think if you can consistently score near the 50th percentile all 3 years in residency, you should be good to pass with a decent amount of studying.
Fairly pleased. Goal was to break 80th as a 1st year and I accomplished that. Weird, I read the BCSC for some subjects (Glaucoma, Path) and didn't do so well and didn't touch some of the others (Cornea, Peds) and did great. Plus, my worst subject was general medicine by far, strange considering I did fine on my steps and intern year. Ophthoquestions was fairly helpful in the things I had a baseline fund of knowledge but nothing was going to rescue my Uveitis or Optics scores. Plus my 'strengths' and 'weaknesses' on ophthoquestions did not correlate at all with my final result.