AAOS Orthopaedic Board Preparation and Review Course

Program Details

Course Highlights

Course faculty will guide you through the vast amount of content they prepared for each specialty area, drawing on common test questions and topics. Content will be delivered in three phases:

  1. Upon registration: Access the pre-course study resources, including high-yield lecture videos and recorded webinars.

  2. April 7: Watch pre-recorded lectures and submit questions online for faculty to address.

  3. April 14–18: Live-stream faculty lectures with expanded high-yield content in real-time, with live Q&A interaction. Virtual course schedule coming soon!

NEW: Your registration includes access to the entire course recording to re-watch the lectures anytime, anywhere through July 31.

Get more test questions!
If your residency program subscribes to AAOS ResStudy, you already have access to a fantastic question bank for self-testing. Log in today!

For individual access to a self-test question bank, take advantage of this special offer for a short-term subscription to 2700+ AAOS self-assessment questions on OrthoWizard! Special rate of $130 for course attendees only. Accessible February 1– July 31, 2020. To purchase the OrthoWizard Discounted Subscription, select the red “Add” button on Step 3 of the registration process.



Check in before the test!
Your registration includes a free live webinar on June 11: AAOS Board Preparation and Review Refresher – Pathology
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Who Should Attend?

If you are taking Part 1 of the Board Exam in 2020, this course should be part of your study plan. Fourth year residents can also gain insights for the final year of residency.

Those preparing for a recertification exam can enjoy a broad review of all specialty areas.

AAOS will consider the requests of persons with disabilities for reasonable modifications of policies, practices, and procedures or for auxiliary aids and services where necessary to provide them access to AAOS facilities, services and products. AAOS encourages that such requests be made as soon as possible to enhance AAOS’ ability to accommodate the requests. All such requests should be submitted to the AAOS Office of General Counsel at (847) 384-4050 or legal@aaos.org.