NBPME Podiatry Boards Part I Exam Prep
iOS iPhone Education
Upward Mobility presents its exclusive NBPME Podiatry Part I Exam Prep app for the iPhone and iPod Touch! Perfect to prepare you for the National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners Exam.
This app contains 300 focused questions written exclusively for Upward Mobility by expert podiatric writers and all content undergoes a thorough review process. Each question is paired with a thorough explanation to expand and reinforce the knowledge you need to pass the exam with flying colors. This app covers all topics on the podiatry national board exam, including: General Anatomy; Lower Extremity Anatomy; Biochemistry; Physiology; Medical Microbiology and Immunology; Pathology; and Pharmacology.
When you pass this exam and are preparing for Part II of the Podiatry Boards, please keep in mind that we have an app for that too!
Upward Mobility apps are designed with an exclusive intuitive UI. They provide a Study Mode, where questions are paired with clear explanations and the user can proceed at their own pace, as well as a Test Mode designed to simulate the exam experience, where the user can set question and time restraints and their results are presented to them upon completion in both an aggregate and a question-by-question format.
This app is not affiliated with the National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners.
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