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As a prerequisite for privileges at most hospitals as well as credentialing by many insurers, the importance of successfully passing the ABIM can not be understated. While the ABIM is a pass fail exam, it resembles closely other standardized medical exams such as the USMLE in terms of depth of knowledge required. Working with a specialized ABIM tutor can help students who may be struggling to find success move forward in their career as a physician. And, with Elite Medical Prep, your future is in good hands.

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What is the ABIM?

The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) exam is a test that certifies physicians in internal medicine, and internal medicine subspecialties. The exam is designed to evaluate the knowledge, diagnostic reasoning, and clinical judgment skills expected of internists in the broad domain of internal medicine.


How is the ABIM scored?

The ABIM is composed of multiple-choice questions with a single best answer and is administered as pass/fail. Performance is reported on a standardized score scale with a range of 200 to 800 with the minimum passing score set at 366.


How is the ABIM administered?

The ABIM is a single day exam lasting approximately 10 hours. The exam is divided into four sessions, each lasting up to two hours and containing a maximum of 60 case-based, multiple-choice questions.

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