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Publication Date: 1998
Bruce R. Pitt PhD, John S. Lazo PhD, Joseph C. Glorioso III PhD
This interactive CD-ROM is the ideal resource to help students prepare for the USMLE Step 1. Based on the popular NMS review book, the CD-ROM covers all content areas on the exam and features over 1,000 USMLE-style questions and 4 prefigured tests. Students can choose the Tutorial Mode for a thorough, substantive, high-yield review; the Random Question Mode to take 25-, 50-, or 100-question tests; or the Testing Mode for a timed simulation of the actual exam. The program also enables students to instantly identify their weak subjects and create customized quizzes to strengthen these subject areas.Windows CompatibleBruce R. Pitt PhD is the author of 'NMS Review for USMLE Step 1 CD-ROM, Version 2.0 (National Medical Series for Independent Study)', published 1998 under ISBN 9780683300956 and ISBN 0683300954.
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