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Night Before CA-1 In-Training Exam (ITE)

I’m less than 10 hours from taking my yearly anesthesiology in-training exam (ITE). 馃槸

Superbowl Sunday!

I聽took this exam a year ago as an intern prior to doing any anesthesiology as a resident, and as predicted, my score report reflected large gaps in my anesthesia knowledge. Fortunately, it’s very聽different this time around. I’ve completed eight months of clinical anesthesiology. I’ve read a substantial amount of text and literature in my field. I’ve completed nearly 3,000 prep questions. And now the questions I missed last year seem like child’s play. 馃檪

Though my focus has been on making sure all of my class excels as a whole, it’s nice to see the progress I’ve made as an anesthesia provider in the last year. I’m thankful for all the patients who have unknowingly taught me the procedural skills and clinical considerations which a quality physician anesthesiologist must master. I’m also thankful for my brilliant colleagues and attendings who challenge me each and every day.

So tomorrow morning… 225 questions… 4 hours… it’s game time!!


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