HiddenTruth said:So, why don't I just do the cd instead of the book? Is it worth the investment, like are they helpful?
haha, you're kidding me--how worthless! Initially, when you mentioned it, I thought you meant the "old questions" as in those that were in the book. I didn't realize that every question you do has the chance for showing up again--what a scam. I should buy the book, use the questions in the text, and return it because of the CD scam. At least one of us should benefit--lol.Discobolus said:The CD is relatively worthless because of the second thing I mentioned. You can only do questions in random blocks of 50 and there is no way to ensure that they will be all new questions, so it is impossible to tell how many blocks of 50 you would have to do (with lots of repeats) in order to get every last question.
They appear to be more in the vignette format. If you want more vingettes blue prints and pre test have some too, but haven't done any them so can't comment still trying to get threw BSS.HiddenTruth said:On a more serious note though, are the 350 q's in the book good though? Are they more in vignette format or just straight up brs like q's?
the rapid review USMLE cd has questions about everything, not just pathology. the rapid review PATHOLOGY cd has questions just on pathology. (obviously)FarEastGrapplr2 said:are the questions only Path, or inclusive of all subjects?
If there is, I couldn't find it Basically, the "program" sends you to a tutorial test loading only the wrong questions. This is very annoying.is there any way to read explanations for questions you got CORRECT on quiz mode?
Well... if we are still in the context of reviewing incorrect, it does seem to disallow checking your initial (wrong) answer. Indeed, I do want to see what they have to say about my choice (i.e. see how bad was it anyway), but this seems impossible.there is also a bug that prevents me from selecting answer choices on certain questions.