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News Flash-eBooks now Available in Google Play
September 27th, 2014- We have added Google Play eBooks to our growing range of products. You can now read over 200 different test preparation books in Google Play eBook format. While the style of these books are similar to our Kindle offerings, one cool feature is that you can have the book read to you aloud. Google Play allows you to try before you buy with a very large sample (20% of the whole book) so this is a no risk offer. If you have an Android Phone or Tablet, or any PC/Mac with a web browser, you can read these books (supported devices ), Click this link and add your specialty to the search box to find your book and free sample.
We have individual apps for each specialty in the Google Play store. More are being added every week.
Try our free super-app and get ready for your next exam. Apple Ipad and Iphone available now.
- Download our free super app (contains many specialties in one free app).
- Try out our practice questions for free using any of our three free databases.
- If you like our app, you can purchase questions in your specialty without even leaving the app!
- With over 270 Medical, Nursing, and Allied Health Specialties, chances are you will find content to help you prepare for your upcoming examination.
We now have Kindle Books for Board and Certification Review Preparation.
Read these on Kindle for PC, Kindle for Mac, and any Kindle compatible device including Android Phones and Tablets and Apple iPhone and iPad.
Because we never publish our books on paper, we optimized our ebooks by having the questions and answers on different pages. You look at the question and click "next page" when you want to see the correct answer. This would be a waste of paper with regular paper books but with our Kindle eBooks we have rethought the process of publishing. In addition to our pagination changes, we offer three links after each question to further research key concepts. These links search eMedicine (Medscape/WebMD), UpToDate, and Google Scholar for more information on the key concepts within the current questions. If you get a question wrong, this is an indication you should read up on these concepts by simply clicking one of these links after each question explanation.