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The in-training exam helps you develop good study habits and identify areas of weakness in your knowledge. Use these print and online resources to prepare for success on the OKAP. Published by the Academy, this series serves as the basis of questions that appear on the exam.
Set a schedule and stick to it; reading all 13 volumes will take you a full year. Leading up to the exam, it can also be helpful to review the pictures, italicized terms, illustrations and pathology slides.
Finally, use the questions at the end of each book to gauge your understanding of the material. Get the series in print or e-book format. Use the self-assessment quizzes to augment your OKAP preparation.
This review book uses a bullet-point format that emphasizes the highest-yield information. It is well organized and packed with information, illustrations and review questions. To make the most of any review book, add your own notes and annotations as you read and do practice questions throughout the year.
The information presented may be slightly less detailed than other resources, but it provides a nice review. This question book provides a nice complement to the Ophthalmology Review Manual. The questions are less rigorous than those in some other resources, but they still serve as another high-quality resource. Veeral S. Sheth, MD, Marcus M. Bhatt, MD, Jeffrey C. Lamkin, MD, and Rama D. This question book offers a high-yield review section that uses mnemonics to help with retention.
It covers all ophthalmic subspecialties and includes many high-quality pictures and photos, plus explanations of answers. This short book serves as a good resource during the last few weeks before the OKAP — especially if you consider optics a weakness. It covers the gamut of clinical and non-clinical optics. Hunter also has a four-part lecture series you can view on iTunes.
Quizlet is a mobile and web-based study application that lets you create your own flashcards to use as study tools. What makes Quizlet unique is that flashcard sets are public. Available for iPhone and Android, this app is great for quickly quizzing yourself on the go. The American Academy of Ophthalmology's newsletter for young ophthalmologists YOs — those in training as well as in their first few years in practice. James G.
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The in-training exam helps you develop good study habits and identify areas of weakness in your knowledge. Use these print and online resources to prepare for success on the OKAP. Published by the Academy, this series serves as the basis of questions that appear on the exam. Set a schedule and stick to it; reading all 13 volumes will take you a full year.
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