Taking a board examination can be a VERY challenging experience. The best advice you can get is "just know everything", but short of that, how you spend your study time in preparation for your board examination can make a big difference in the outcome of the examination.
What material should I study?
1. FOLLOW THE TEST PLAN. This lays out the structure of the examination.
2. STUDY YOUR WEAKEST SUBJECTS. Only you know what areas those are. As a general guideline, if you hate to study that subject, it is probably a subject where you are weak.
Review classes can be a great way to study, but they cannot possibly cover all of the material, nor can they predict what material will be on the examination. The following classes are suggested as neurology and electrodiagnosis review classes. Pick those that you feel will be most helpful for you. Classes are periodically added or updated, so check back frequently. Best wishes for a successful examination.
3. USE THE RECOMMENDED REFERENCE LIST .
Click HERE for a listing of all qualified IBCN Diplomate Classes.
BELOW ARE RECOMMENDED REVIEW CLASSES
ChiroClasses.com - ON-DEMAND: Sign up and take the class at anytime. Take the test at any time and receive your CE certificate via email upon successful completion. ChiroClasses CEU is valid for CO, IA, & NE. Other states may apply, check with your state board.
ON-DEMAND 314e1 (AKA 303) Hx & Mental Status - 1 CEU
Click below for on demand board review class, neurology diplomate and edx programs.