SPEX TEST: WHY YOU COULD FAIL WITHOUT GUIDANCE
As many physicians have discovered the Special Examination (SPEX) test was designed to fail. This exam’s broad contents, extensive set of questions and limited time to complete have caused an extremely high failure rate. Literature by the Federation of State Medical Boards, concerning this exam, is vague and misdirects applicants on what material to study.
SPEX test consists of 336 questions broken down into 7 sections. Each segment contains 48 questions that must be finished in 64 minutes. This requires that examinees finish each question in 1.3 minutes. Many questions are 10 or more sentences in length with attached graphs, diagrams and or x-rays. Examinees are provided insufficient time to evaluate the circumstance of each question therefore choosing the correct answer becomes extremely difficult. This test is not a fair representation of a physician’s knowledge or abilities. Yet state boards require this unfair test under a number of circumstances. Usually a physician who has been away from practice for a prescribed period of time is a candidate. Unfortunately most medical boards provide no help in directing the physician where to emphasize his or her time. For the aforementioned reasons SPEX TUTORIAL SERVICES came into being.
One on one tutoring helps candidates for the SPEX exam focus on the proper course of study. Your tutor, Mark Davis MD, has accumulated a vast experience with this exam. His knowledge ranges from specific question content to the flow of subject matter on recent exams. Dr. Davis will discuss which books and videos will give you the most return for time spent. With a physician’s limited time learning the most important aspects of the SPEX test will give the examinee a clear edge in order to pass this exam.
To schedule time with Dr. Mark Davis please use the following email: email@example.com or the following phone numbers: service 410-515-7858 or office 410-515-7848. Tuition is $250 per hour. Your time and money will be well spent with this service. All interactions are performed with strict confidentiality. Thank you, Mark Davis MD.