2021 Developing Effective Test-Taking Skills Webinar (L219099)

ACPE Numbers: NONE
Pre-Sale Date: 06/16/2021
Content Release Date:7/14/2021
Expiration Dates: 06/14/2022
CE Credits: There is NO ACPE credit associated with this activity
Activity Fee: $110 (ASHP member); $160 (non-member) 

Target Audience

This workshop is designed for clinical pharmacists preparing to take any of the Board of Pharmacy Specialties examinations as well as for faculty members interested in learning more about standardized test development. 

Activity Overview

This webinar will focus on how standardized tests are written and constructed, developing appropriate techniques for answering standardized questions more accurately, identifying common issues in testing that may be hurting your performance, and how analyzing your testing performance to improve accuracy, pacing, and endurance. This workshop is designed for clinical pharmacists preparing to take any of the Board of Pharmacy Specialties examinations as well as for faculty members interested in learning more about standardized test development. 

This online workshop will be presented by Martin and Jane Jolley, nationally-recognized experts in standardized exam preparation, who have been helping residents and students review and prepare for Medical Licensure Examinations for over 40 years. More than 5,000 residents and students have taken their courses with a success rate well above 90%. The Jolley's have assisted residents and medical students in a variety of therapeutic areas, and they have worked and developed programming for the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of California at San Francisco, Davis, and Los Angeles.

There is NO ACPE credit associated with this activity.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify relevant testing procedures for the 2021 and 2022 specialty exams.
  • Describe how standardized questions are developed and written.
  • Explain how standardized tests are constructed.
  • Develop a technique for answering standardized questions more accurately.
  • Identify common issues in testing that may depress your performance.
  • Analyze your test performance in order to improve your accuracy, pacing, and endurance.

Martin L. Jolley, M.P.H.
Former Director of the Institute for Professional Preparation
University of Missouri–Kansas City
Kansas City, MO

Jane Jolley, M.A.
Former Director of the Institute for Professional Preparation
University of Missouri–Kansas City
Kansas City, MO

All other planners, presenters, reviewers, ASHP and ACCP staff and others with an opportunity to control content report no financial relationships relevant to this activity.