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Following the last year of residency, training dermatologists are finally eligible to take the Boards Certification Exam. Without taking this examination, the resident won’t be able to legally practice medicine on his or her own as well as being considered a certified doctor. Stated by the American Board of Dermatology, “This 300-question section tests the candidate 's knowledge of the basic science and clinical aspects of dermatology, including all the related disciplines….Topics in this part of the examination include: clinical dermatology, pediatric dermatology, preventive dermatology, entomology, epidemiology, dermatopathology, cutaneous allergy and immunology…” (Certification Examination Details). Just like many important tests, MOC exams are offered on specific days prior to the Boards.
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