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The American Board of Pediatrics' (ABP) General Pediatrics Comprehensive Knowledge Self-assessment consists of approximately 200 multiple-choice questions selected from the secure examination question pool. When taken as a closed-book, timed practice examination, the Comprehensive Knowledge Self-Assessment can provide pediatricians exposure to content that is comparable to the secure examination. Because this activity is a self-assessment and functions as a practice examination, there is no passing score. Results and feedback are immediately provided. Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit is not offered for completing the Comprehensive Knowledge Self-assessment.
Note: A laptop or desktop computer is recommended to take this self-assessment. Mobile device technology is not supported.
Other organizations offer ABP-approved knowledge self-assessments that can be completed for MOC credit. For instance, the American Academy of Pediatrics' (AAP) PREP Self-assessment course is approved by the ABP. View the complete list of Approved Activities for general pediatrics and subspecialties.