FAILED SPEX TRY A TUTOR WHO HAS INSIGHTS INTO THIS TEST’S QUESTIONS

FAILED SPEX TRY A TUTOR WHO HAS INSIGHTS INTO THIS TEST’S QUESTIONS

Special Purpose Examination (SPEX) was created to test for skills from those out of practice for years or from those whose competency is in doubt. In reality this exams fails its own test because it neither reflects current practice modes in its 336 questions nor does it test for competency in the practitioner’s specialty field. Written by a politically active organization, the Federation of State Medical Boards, you pay an outrageous fee to take an exam designed to fail. No one knows how examinees fail every year. Yet we do know that many examinees fail 2, 3 or even more times. A SPEX tutor, who has firsthand knowledge of question types and contents should be your initial stop to help guide you to pass this complex and very unfair examination. Please contact Dr. Mark Davis who tutors this exam. Widely respected for the help he has given many physicians, Dr. Davis is here to help you.

Email: platomd@gmail.com for questions, fees and scheduling

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