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kaplan online NDBE?

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by bobby, May 13, 2002.

  1. bobby

    bobby Junior Member

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    hi everyone,
    I just wanted some input from anybody who has enrolled with the kaplan online question bank
    part-1)

    Pls share whatever info you know,(first hand or from someone else).
    All I know is that the USMLE QB is quite good.

    DO share whatever you know about this new ndbe-1 prep course.I had no luck((with responses) on my post in the 'Dental forum'

    Hope I am luckier here!Thanks <img border="0" alt="[Clappy]" title="" src="graemlins/clappy.gif" />
     
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  3. Henna

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    Kaplan has an online service now ?? :confused:
    Where was it when I desperately needed it ? :mad:

    Bobby, good luck to you.
     
  4. Yah-E

    Yah-E Toof Sniper

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    Bobby,

    Kaplan exam review materials are usually quite good! The NBDE Q Bank is fairly new, if you look at the studying tool options available for the NBDE Part I fro Kaplan, you'll find that there's the course for $499.00 and there's the Q Bank! As far as I know, Q Bank is all NBDE sample questions. The Kaplan NBDE Part I "course" has much more studying materials and much more sample NBDE questions. If sample questions is what you're looking for to study for the NBDE Part I, then, yeah, go for the Q Bank! I'm sure you'll be satisfied.

    But if you want a suggestion on one thing to use to study the NBDE Part I, I would suggest the Dental Decks over anything.

    Three big tools to study the NBDE Part I:

    1) Dental Decks (most effective)
    2) Kaplan NBDE Part I Course (very helpful)
    3) ASDA published past official NBDE Part I exams (old exams are always useful)

    Majority of us in this Pre-Dent forum is either recently accepted dental students or pre-dental students that have not been accepted yet. I doubt any of us have any experience first hand on the Kaplan Q Bank for NBDE Part I.

    Hope this helps. Good luck! :cool:
     

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