In-Training Examinations (ITEs) are an important aspect of a physician’s residency training period and are a common feature of allopathic and osteopathic medical training; these exams are often administered by the certifying boards for their respective specialties. All residents are required to take at least one year of their In Training Exams offered by a CPME-recognized certifying board, per CPME 320/330.
Residents will receive email with scheduling information beginning November 1st.
Wait for your scheduling email from ABPM containing your Candidate ID. Please follow the prompts in the email to begin the process of scheduling your ITE Exams.
There are two sections, 165 minutes each, in the exam. Section One consists of 100 multiple choice questions and Section Two consists of 50 multiple choice questions and 2 case scenarios.
There are two sections, 165 minutes each. The exam consists of 100 multiple questions and two case scenarios. Case review questions and multiple-choice questions are written at the level of Board Certification Examinations, allowing ITE candidates to better prepare themselves for eventual board certification with ABPM.
In-Training Exams for all residents will evaluate knowledge and clinical experience in following subject areas: