BASIC and ADVANCED exams

part 1 / written boards


The ABA has phased out the traditional Part 1 written exam. Residents now take the Staged Exams and the annual In-Training Exam

The released 1990-1996 In-training Examinations, categorized into BASIC/ADVANCED may be searched:

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The BASIC exam launched in July 2014 and is offered twice a year in June and November. To be eligible for the June exam, one must have completed 6 months of CA-1 training by March 31.

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The ADVANCED exam launched in July 2016 and is offered twice a year in January and July. To be eligible for the July exam, one must have completed 6 months of CA-3 training by March 31.

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BASIC exam content outline, blueprint, and sample questions

ADVANCED exam content outline, blueprint, and sample questions

2014 - 2016 Gaps in Knowledge reports and keywords explained (2014, 2015, 2016) by Randy Schell

An extensive list of keywords can be found at Open Anesthesia

The University of Kentucky department of anesthesia anesthesia keyword review lecture series 2016 and 2017

Jed Wolpaw's outstanding board review podcast ACCRAC

Amanda Xi's thorough blog post How to Study for the ITE, BASIC, and anesthesia

Jeff Steiner's board preparation articles

Anesthesia related quizzes

My own anesthesia math review Problem Set and Solutions

Board review books

Information about the British FRCA examination and a site devoted to it from the Northern Ireland School of Anaesthesia

Propofology Video Course in anaesthesia for the Primary FRCA ($)

Discussion threads at Student Doctor Network:

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