SPEX TUTORIALS TO ALIGN YOUR STUDIES WITH THE CURRENT EXAM
Special Purpose Examination (SPEX) is an unfair test of a physician’s knowledge. Much to the test’s presentation dates back to your medical school days. When told the test is required for licensure a physician quickly finds the exam’s content is decades removed from the material he or she had previously learned. This complex exam of 336 questions, at last count, covers more than a dozen subjects which may be foreign to many burdened with the task of sitting for discouraging test. Federation of State Medical Boards, the creator of this exam, publishes literature on the SPEX which at best provides a minimal overview of this test. Physicians find out quickly their lack of knowledge when confronting this test. Market literature on SPEX is antiquated and very few people tutor on this test.
Mark Davis, MD provides extensive tutorials to help potential examinees move towards a passing grade. The failure rate is extremely high and the test’s expense is enormous. Dr. Davis’ provides current information on this exam which covers the range of subjects the test taker may encounter. Medical licensing Boards provide little to no help when requesting a licensee to take this unfair exam. The job of the SPEX tutor is to enlighten examinees’ minds and provide appropriate direction to help them retain and or obtain their medical licenses.
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His fees are competitive and his knowledge of the SPEX is invaluable.
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.
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SPECIAL PURPOSE EXAM (SPEX) A NIGHTMARE WITHOUT A TUTOR
Before purchasing flash cards, antiquated books, irrelevant lecture series and other SPEX support systems check with a tutor who has inner workings of this unfair and complex test. Many of our best physicians have taken this test and failed. Failure rates are a closely guarded secret yet it is known physicians have taken this test multiple times and continued to fail. Mark Davis MD has interacted with many who have taken this extensive exam. Dr. Davis can steer a potential examinee in the right direction in his/her studies. Study paraphernalia could be a waste of study time because they can misdirect the efforts of those who purchase such materials. Dr. Davis has tutored an array of people by providing to them type of question content to expect, subject matter to direct the examinees efforts and overall content of this exam. Medical Boards and the Federation of State Boards do not provide much information to help potential examinees. In many cases Medical Boards do not provide any information relevant to this exam.
Dr. Mark Davis is available to help with your studies and guide you towards a passing grade. Please contact Dr. Davis at: email@example.com
SPEX Questions ask a Tutor who knows the Special Purpose Examination
Special Purpose Examination (SPEX) is complex, difficult and unfair to those required to take it. Many people who contact me have already been in practice for decades when their respective medical boards issue them an order to take the SPEX. State Medical Board’s provide little to no information on this test. Federation of States Medical Boards does a very poor job in their literature describing this extensive test. Books on the market are generally antiquated and not in tune with the 336 questions on this exam. Going into this exam without guidance has been to the detriment of many physicians. Failure rate is very high with many candidates taking this exam multiple times. Hire a tutor who knows this test through the feedback he receives and his intrinsic knowledge of this exam. To contact Mark Davis, MD:
firstname.lastname@example.org Fee is hourly and paid through Paypal.