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  1. PANRE Rosh Review for sale--$100 by venmo or zelle. Expires 2/14/19. includes one MOCK NCCPA PANRE boost exam that expires 3/5/19. Current cost for Rosh Review is $299 for a year, $249 for 90 days, and $229 for 30 days Rosh Review was integral to me passing my boards...Private message me if interested. Thanks!
  2. hi I have rosh review that i'm selling for $100 good through 2/14/19 also includes MOCK NCCPA PANRE - Block 1 good until 3/5/19 let me know if interested. thanks!
  3. Expires 2/14/19 Includes one mock PANRE exam w/one block of 50 questions in same distribution as PANRE Paid $299 for it, but selling for $175 Private message me if interested, thanks!
  4. I attended the 5 day CME resources conference for my first recert about 6 years ago, and then attended the 3 day recert course in Feb of this year. I felt the 5 day had me better prepared but by the 5th day of sitting 9-10 hours and trying to absorb all this info that I hadn't seen or practiced for many years, I don't know how much I retained by those last couple of days. I took the exam ~3wks later and passed. The 3 day course was better suited for me this year w/kids, work, etc. Going into the 3 day course I had high hopes that it would teach me all I needed to know and that I'd only have to study minimally leading up to the exam. What I can say at this point is that the 3 day did help prepare me, but it was a very very quick overview of everything. I appreciated having the binder of lectures, all of which were better organized/laid out than 6 years prior. And it was helpful to hear everything and have the speakers point out things that we should definitely know, and provide vignettes about patients w/certain illnesses to help remember those things. I still had to study on my own a considerable amount. All in all, 3 or 5 day course was worth it. I took the exam about 3 weeks after the course and just found out that I passed (yay!!!). I also signed up for rosh review a month prior to the exam, which I feel was integral to my passing the exam. BTW my coworker went to the certified medical educators and she felt it was really helpful as well. But she had never been to CME resources so unfortunately I can't compare the two directly. Good luck in deciding!
  5. STILL haven’t heard...you?? I thought for sure today would be the day...
  6. I took the panre on 3/14 and haven’t heard yet either! I had two friends take it within the last month and they heard within 6-7 days. And the last two times I took the exam I heard within 6-7 days. Getting nervous...though I am glad to hear I’m not the only one waiting impatiently for results!!
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