Failed SPEX Time for a Special Purpose Exam Tutor

Failed SPEX Time for a Special Purpose Exam Tutor

Failing SPEX sadly has become a common event amongst test takers. The Special Purpose Examination was designed to fail. Contrary to the Federation of States Boards’ information sheets SPEX questions are far from standard medical practice. Most clinicians have narrow medical specialties where they would not encounter the information embedded in this extensive exam. Much of the literature on the market for SPEX is antiquated. These books, flashcards and videos have not kept up with this test’s broad contents. Failing SPEX is not only a stigma to the physician the price to take the exam is extremely expensive.

In my experience as a SPEX tutor I have accumulated a vast array of information that is reflected in current exams. Few can walk into this exam and expect to pass. After hearing the woes of many who failed I began to gather information from former test takers, open sources of information and a multitude of medical references which relate to this unfair and difficult test. As a SPEX tutor I can direct potential examinees in current question content, subject matters and how to prepare for this test in the most expeditious matter.

To contact Doctor Mark Davis directly there are two ways: 1) platomd@gmail.com
or 410-569-7676

FAILED SPEX TRY A TUTOR WHO HAS INSIGHTS INTO THIS TEST’S QUESTIONS

FAILED SPEX TRY A TUTOR WHO HAS INSIGHTS INTO THIS TEST’S QUESTIONS

Special Purpose Examination (SPEX) was created to test for skills from those out of practice for years or from those whose competency is in doubt. In reality this exams fails its own test because it neither reflects current practice modes in its 336 questions nor does it test for competency in the practitioner’s specialty field. Written by a politically active organization, the Federation of State Medical Boards, you pay an outrageous fee to take an exam designed to fail. No one knows how examinees fail every year. Yet we do know that many examinees fail 2, 3 or even more times. A SPEX tutor, who has firsthand knowledge of question types and contents should be your initial stop to help guide you to pass this complex and very unfair examination. Please contact Dr. Mark Davis who tutors this exam. Widely respected for the help he has given many physicians, Dr. Davis is here to help you.

Email: platomd@gmail.com for questions, fees and scheduling

SPEX PREP INSTRUCTION MENTORED BY MARK DAVIS MD

SPEX PREP INSTRUCTION MENTORED BY MARK DAVIS MD
Special Purpose Examination is a complex test given by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB). This exam is designed to fail. Too many of our colleagues sit for this test two, three or more times. Antiquated literature on the market misdirects potential examinees with questions that do not come near the substance on this unfair exam. SPEX is unfair because much of its subject matter is not incurred in daily practice or found in general medical readings as claimed by the FSMB. SPEX mentoring evolved to direct potential test takers towards the proper subject matter to study. Current question content is heavily reviewed enabling the potential examinee to direct his/her studies in a more efficieint matter. Dr. Mark Davis comes in contact with many who have recently taken this test to keep the information he provides current and up to date.
Please contact Dr. Davis to schedule time for SPEX test review at platomd@gmail.com. Dr. Davis’ fee is based on an hourly rate.

SPEX TEST BOOK REVIEWS PURGED BY AMAZON

 

SPEX TEST BOOK REVIEWS PURGED BY AMAZON

 

 

 

Amazon has removed my reviews of SPEX test and USMLE part 3 books. These books were either owned by me and or I have familiarity with. The reviews removed informed potential readers of the negatives and positives embodied in each of these books. Many were out date or their contents were far removed from that of the current test. Perhaps this is the reason for the high failure rate. As a result of purging my reviews many phony reviews are present giving them 5 star ratings. In the event you are preparing for the Special Purpose Exam (SPEX) there is very little guidance given by these books or other sources. As a SPEX tutor I was attempting to help potential test takers which direction they should take for their studies. I have had contact with an array of people who have taken this exam over the years which has allowed me to accumulate a significant fund of knowledge concerning the SPEX.

 

Please contact this SPEX tutor who can put you in the right direction to achieve a passing grade the first time around. Contact Mark Davis MD, platomd@gmail.com or 410-515-7858. My fees are low and my experience very high.

 

SPEX TEST TUTORING A NECESSITY TO GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME AROUND

 

SPEX TEST TUTORING A NECESSITY TO GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME AROUND

 

Failure rates for the Special Purpose Exam (SPEX) are extremely high. Federation of State Medical Boards provides vague literature concerning this exam. There are topics on this test not apparent when reading Federation literature. State medical boards, who require this exam, provide minimal to no information about the contents of this difficult exam. As a SPEX test tutor I provide content which has been seen on recent exams. Those tutored are directed to certain topic materials which have shown up in the last few years. In addition I discuss various pieces of literature which could move the physician in the direction of a passing grade. Contact Mark Davis MD at platomd@gmail.com or 410-515-7858 to make a tutorial appointment. Fees are reasonable and worth the cost.

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