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What does board certification mean, and why is it important? To become certified, a physician must spend several years-in some cases, more than six years—after medical school getting supervised, in-practice training. In addition, all specialty boards require passage of a written exam, completed without assistance, usually administered interactively by computer in a secure testing facility. Some specialties also require an oral exam. The exams are intended to assess medical knowledge and clinical judgment.