All PA students should start studying for their didactic year exams right away with a practice test by selecting the subjects they’d like to review, number of questions, and either “tutor” or “test” mode. In tutor mode, you can review detailed explanations after answering a question correctly or incorrectly with teaching images and hyperlinked references to further solidify your knowledge and show your skills.
Save time figuring out what to study with emergency medicine question banks based on your exam’s specific content blueprint, written in the same format as actual emergency medicine test questions. All emergency medicine practice questions are continuously being written, updated, and peer-reviewed by faculty, clinicians, and clerkship directors, so you can feel confident that you’re reviewing the most relevant and accurate information for your exam.
After completing practice exams, your personal analytics dashboard will show how many emergency medicine practice questions you’ve completed, illuminate any knowledge gaps, and predict your likelihood of passing your emergency medicine exam, so you can focus on the topics that need the most work. If you’d like to review any specific emergency medicine practice questions from previous practice exams, simply use the built-in search feature to quickly locate it.
We believe in you and we believe in Rosh Review. To boost your confidence before your exam, all emergency medicine question banks also include Educators on Call and a speedy support team to make sure all your bases are covered before exam day. Plus, if you’re using Rosh Review for emergency medicine board review questions, your subscription also includes a Pass Guarantee—if you don’t pass your boards, you don’t pay (or your subscription is extended for free until you do)!