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    All Your Questions About Our ABP Board Review Videos, Answered!

    Considering the Pediatrics Video Board Review for board prep? You're in the right place! We've got answers to customers' most frequently asked questions about using these board review videos for the ABP exams. 

    What is the Pediatrics Video Board Review?

    The Pediatrics Video Board Review is one of our most-loved study tools. It's an on-demand course that is ready for you to start watching and reviewing right away. Our users love that they get more flexibility on how and when they study for their boards.

    The videos are specifically designed for MDs and DO who are preparing for their ABP/AOBP exam (MOC or initial certification) and are great for maintaining excellence in daily practice as well.  

    Which Format of the ABP Board Review Videos Should I Choose? 

    pediatrics video board review usb and syllabusPediatrics Video Board Review on USB and Online Streaming 

    Choose the format that works best for you—whether it's online streaming or USB!

    If you choose online streaming videos, you will access them by logging into your myMedStudy account. They will be on the “My Products” page until the CME expires. If you decide to go with the USB, you have lifetime access to the videos and are able to download them onto one computer. 

    Which Format Should I Choose if I Frequently Travel on Planes?

    If you’re a big traveler, we recommend the USB flash drive so that you can access the videos without the internet.

    Note! You will need to log in using the internet the very first time you use a new device to authenticate it. But, after you’ve authorized that device, you can watch them from your USB without internet access. 

    Which Format Should I Choose if I Want to Watch Them From My Phone or Tablet?

    If you’d like to watch the videos on your phone, tablet, or iPad, you'll definitely want to choose online streaming videos. That way, anywhere you have internet access, you can log in and watch them in your account. You will not be able to download the videos from the USB onto your phone or iPad, but you'll be able to watch them from any internet connected device.

    Bonus! We even have an app that you can download to see all your board review videos (and other products).

    Which Features Are Included With the Online Videos? 

    If you choose the online videos, there's a variety of features that streamline your review: 

        • NEW! Question Review Video. Test your knowledge and review just the session questions in this truncated video
        • Bookmark. Quickly find and bookmark your favorite videos
        • Take notes. Take notes while you watch, and we’ll keep everything organized for you (by categorizing your notes according to the headings where you added them) 
        • Playback. Playback videos at your preferred pace—up to 2x normal speed. You can also rewind in 45- and 15-second increments
        • Track your progress. Track progress through your study session based on the number of topics started and the number of topics completed
        • See a menu of subtopics. Easily select which topic to play next

    Want to experience it for yourself? Start your free trial of our Pediatrics Video Board Review now.

    Which Internet Browser Should I Use to Access the Videos? 

    We recommend using Google Chrome, but you can also use Microsoft Edge, Firefox, or Safari. We recommend avoiding Internet Explorer as that browser is no longer supported. 

    How Do I Claim CME From the Video Board Review? 

    You will have to log in to your account and take a post-test in order to claim the CME credits and MOC points. 

    You can also claim them incrementally. For example, if you only need 25 credits this year, you can claim just that amount and save the rest for later! (Just make sure to claim before the expiration date!)

    How Current Is the Content for the Video Board Review? 

    We release a new edition of the Video Board Review every year, so you always know you have updated videos. You'll get an outline of the subtopics under each specialty, so you can narrow down exactly what to study in the lectures. 

    What Comes With the ABP Board Review Videos?

    The Video Board Review includes 53 hours of lectures, along with: 

    • 662-page full-color printed syllabus
    • Up to 53 CME credits and MOC points 

    How Long Are the Videos? 

    Altogether, the Video Board Review includes over 53 hours of laser-focused videos for pediatrics board review. The ABP review videos range from a few minutes to a few hours, so you can get the flexible review you need. You can easily pause a video and pick back up where you left off. You can also drill down by topic and subtopic to find exactly what you're looking for.

    What’s the Difference Between the Video Board Review and the Review Course? 

    The Video Board Review is a set of pre-recorded lectures that you can watch at your own pace. The Review Course includes active attendance to live lectures with the ability to chat with other attendees and access to the raw footage of each lecture for 12 months following the course. 

    How Long Does the USB and Syllabus Take to Ship? 

    The USB will ship to you in 3 to 5 business days as long as you live in the continental US. Plus, shipping is FREE! You can also choose expedited shipping options for an extra charge.

     

    Ready to experience these lectures for yourself? Start a free trial today to get full access to the cardiology lectures for 30 days.

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