PracticeQuiz.com Adds 600 Free Podiatry Practice Questions
Earlier this week, the upcoming free test preparation website launched two podiatry practice exams, each containing 300 questions with detailed explanations.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 08, 2012
PracticeQuiz.com sustains its rapid expansion trend into June as it introduces two podiatry practice exams to its growing line-up this week.
The two podiatry exams are oriented to those preparing for the American Podiatric Medical Licensing Examination’s (APMLE) Part I and Part II exams. Each of the 600 questions reflects all of the key concepts tested on both exams. The part I exam features questions on general anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, pathology, and more. The part II exam features questions on radiology, orthopedics, sports medicine, among other relevant topics.
The launch of these practice exams coincides with PracticeQuiz’s concentrated effort to gain traction in more specialized areas, such as podiatry or food safety licensing. The website already boasts over 40 free practice exams to the general public.
“Unlike students preparing for the GRE or MCAT, APMLE test-takers have far fewer study and review options, whether free or paid content,” notes Ted Chan, founder of PracticeQuiz.com. “Our goal at PracticeQuiz.com is to cater to as many test-takers as possible. We attempt to bridge this gap by launching practice tests for lesser-known exams like the APMLE Parts I and II.”
To this day, PracticeQuiz.com has provided all content to its online visitors free of charge. Despite this, the website strives to offer only premium practice questions written by experts in the field or discipline. For each exam, visitors are prompted to choose from four practice modes: study mode, question list mode (with answers), question list mode (without answers), and true test mode.
“Content is indisputably the most important factor in evaluating the quality of practice exams. But we wanted to take it to the next nevel,” adds Chan. “PracticeQuiz’s unique four modes are designed for maximally effective studying, whether you’re studying five months in advance or cramming the night before.”
As always, detailed answer explanations complement each of the 600 podiatry questions, replacing the traditional answer bank commonly used by other websites.
“We are establishing PracticeQuiz as the preferred online hub for free and high-quality exam preparation material,” says Paul Chung, a PracticeQuiz.com product development assistant. “Our mission is only feasible if we expand our test-taking audience.”
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