Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NAVLE® Interactive Exam Practice CD-ROM
Study for the NAVLE® more effectively and build test-taking confidence! Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NAVLE® Interactive Exam Practice CD-ROM contains thousands of questions not found in the book. Combining the most important concepts and principles in veterinary medicine with realistic exam practice, this NAVLE® board review helps you reinforce your knowledge and prepare for the veterinary board exam. Multiple study formats enable you to review essential NAVLE® material in the manner that works best for you, supported by detailed rationales and scoring that ensure accurate understanding. Developed by noted educator Patricia Schenck, this CD makes NAVLE® exam preparation easier than ever!
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- More than 6,000 multiple-choice review questions provide in-depth coverage of essential information across the full spectrum of veterinary medicine.
- Flexible Study Mode can be randomized for virtually unlimited review possibilities or focused on a specific topic or species for in-depth study of difficult areas. Instant feedback accompanies each question.
- Exam Mode emulates the NAVLE® test-taking experience with 60 random questions presented in timed, 65-minute blocks. Just like the actual veterinary board exam, feedback is presented after you complete the exam to help you track your progress and identify areas requiring further review.
- Case-based content tests your ability to apply what you’ve learned to situations you will encounter on the NAVLE® and in professional practice.
By Patricia Schenck, DVM, PhD, Endocrine Diagnostic Section, Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health, Lansing, MI