SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) There is a series of books called the national veterinary medical series. These books has been written practically for the NAVLE. So you can cover almost everything except anesthesia. The things that I read from Merck were about the diagnosis of the infectious diseases, FIV, FeLV, Rabies,,,, like if you get a positive FIV test in a 2 months old kitten , then what? Is he/ she really infected Also I read more about lameness in large animals and large animal surgery (FL UN videos are great for this part). Oh, and the hematology section from Merck too.. My story with The BCSE was, that I had studied for the NAVLE before the BCSE so it was very easy for me to pass it. I basicly went over all the things that I read before really quickly not too much detailed. There is a book that you can depend on of the BCSE though it has 80 % of what you need to know, its called Mobys comprehensive review for veterinary technician Amazon it. some materials online http://www.upei.ca/~vetrad/lectures.htm This will tell you everything about how to read an x-ray .. the one that every one love , thoracic radiology So what I think you really should read is the national veterinary medical series . only because you have 4 more months, so when you are ready for NAVLE you will feel more comfortable reading the same books. If you want quick fix and just worry about BCSE then concentrate on "Mobys comprehensive review for veterinary technician". and read extra about very common diseases..