Are you getting ready to take the USMLE, PANCE or NAPLEX or other exam? Are you wondering where to get some free for UI affiliates practice questions? Well, wonder no longer. Hardin Library subscribes to a valuable resource called Exam Master Online. You can find it on the Health Sciences Databases A-Z list on the home page for Hardin Library.
You will need to sign up for an account before you can use Exam Master which will allow you to keep track of your results and progress on various practice exams. There are many options for using Exam Master. You can use a pre-created practice exam or you can create your own exam. If you decide to create your own exam, you have three options.
- You can select a number of questions from asection of the USMLE, PANCE or NAPLEX practice exams. You can choose to have between 1-999 questions in your exam.
- You can create an exam with questions containing a specific word. For example, you could find exam questions containing neuropathy or anatomy.
- You can also find questions based on a topic within a specific specialty like Internal Medicine certification, etc.
Once you create an exam, you have the option of two modes. The practice mode will explain why an answer is correct or not allowing you to study the material. The exam mode will time you and you will not be able to see the correct answers or explanations. There is an option to pause the exam mode and continue later.
Exam Master will be updating their interface this month to improve your experience. You can read about those upgrades on their website. The functionality will remain mostly the same, but there will be a streamlined dashboard showing all your recent exams with progress, and there will also be some tabbing within the interface to allow for a more streamlined navigation of
If you are interested in other information for preparing for board exams, etc, you may want to check out our Board Review Materials LibGuide.
As always, if you have any questions about Exam Master or other library resources, contact Hardin Library.