You're busy with residency and just received this year's ITE score. And whether your score was good or bad, you're likely wondering: does my ITE score really matter?
The family medicine ITE is just around the corner. It’s a lengthy exam, but at least you get a day off from wards. The exam is an invaluable resource for your boards and the best representation of how prepared you are. Here are some do’s and don’ts to practice for the in-training exam.
In this post, we cover the importance of the ABFM In-Training Exam and what to do if you score low on your PGY3 ITE.
Please humor my analogy as I await the start of basketball season. I realize that we're medical professionals, not NBA athletes, but if taking the ITE were anything like playing in the NBA...
Depending on your residency program, you may take the in-training exam (ITE) anywhere from one to three times during your training. The ITE is always given in August or September, and the results usually come back in October or November. What's in your ITE score report and what should you do with it?