Family Medicine COMAT Exam
Family medicine is considered one of the tougher COMATs because it is so broad. Historically, osteopathic students were forced to use some less relevant practice questions that were created for family medicine board certification (AAFP questions) and other less targeted question banks. Our question bank is made specifically for the third-year shelf exams and will prepare you for what’s likely to show up on the family medicine COMAT.
About the Family Medicine COMAT Exam
While the majority of questions you’ll get on the family medicine COMAT are on adult medicine (i.e., management of hypertension, diabetes, and hypercholesterolemia), this COMAT entails everything from pediatrics through geriatrics. Make sure that you’re studying a source that covers this broad subject in detail.
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