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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
 
There are various medical board examinations for which people use questions similar to those seen on the exam, to practice for the exam. In general, questions alone are not sufficient to study for an exam. They are a supplemental tool to test ones knowledge, and help to solidify what they have learned. WikiDoc has created a Board Review Question section, where a user may both create questions, or test their knowledge for the Boards.
 
There are various medical board examinations for which people use questions similar to those seen on the exam, to practice for the exam. In general, questions alone are not sufficient to study for an exam. They are a supplemental tool to test ones knowledge, and help to solidify what they have learned. WikiDoc has created a Board Review Question section, where a user may both create questions, or test their knowledge for the Boards.
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==How to Create a Board Review Question==
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# Go to the home page on WikiDoc, and click on the icon that says, "Board Review", or click [[Board Review|here]].

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Introduction

There are various medical board examinations for which people use questions similar to those seen on the exam, to practice for the exam. In general, questions alone are not sufficient to study for an exam. They are a supplemental tool to test ones knowledge, and help to solidify what they have learned. WikiDoc has created a Board Review Question section, where a user may both create questions, or test their knowledge for the Boards.

How to Create a Board Review Question

  1. Go to the home page on WikiDoc, and click on the icon that says, "Board Review", or click here.

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