The Family Medicine Certification Longitudinal Assessment is an exam alternative for ABFM diplomates. Participants will answer up to 25 questions online quarterly in lieu of the One-Day exam. You may answer questions at any time and may use clinical references during the assessment. To satisfy your exam requirements, you will need to answer 300 questions over a four-year period and achieve a passing score.
Here is a brief assessment to help identify the best path to certification for you.
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The key to the Family Medicine Certification Longitudinal Assessment (FMCLA) is engaging in a continuous learning cycle that will prepare you for the quarterly questions.
The Longitudinal Assessment Self-Study combines the learning power of the Board Review Self-Study, FP Comprehensive, and an online community to enhance your studying for FMCLA.
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