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Where to find old SAE tests???

Discussion in 'PM&R' started by dc2md, Feb 19, 2007.

  1. dc2md

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    I just wanted to post so that it'll be searchable later on. I found the old (up to 2001) SAE tests on the PASSOR site: 2006, 2005 - 2001

    For right now, you'll need a password for the 2005-2001 exams. Enjoy guys.
     
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    The old SAE-R questions are on the AAPM&R website (not PASSOR). They are in pdf format along with the answers. We also get SAE-P questions in our study guides that we can get through the AAPM&R. http://www.aapmr.org/resident/newslttr/059d.htm

    So what I didn't know: SAE-R = for residents. SAE-P = for practicing physicians. Pretty similar but the SAE-R is a validated testing tool for residents and includes questions about competency, etc. SAE-P although still useful for residents, intended for physicians 1-10years out of practice as part of "life-long-learning" for the MOC process (maintenance of certification).

    I actually go to the old SAE-R questions on the AAPM&R website, and use the search function of adobe acrobat reader to look up questions on specific topics. (For example, I did a presentation on spondylolisthesis and spondylolysis - so I searched through the questions pertaining to that topic and included them in my presentation.)

    hope this helps
     
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    axm397,
    sorry guys, axm397 is right, it must of been way too late last night when i was typing that above. the questions are on the AAPM&R site. i must have clicked a link from PASSOR to get there.
    anyway, great idea with the questions searching axm397. awesome way to incorporate actual relevant questions into your presentations.
     

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