"If you currently have an active BoardVitals subscription and the effect of COVID-19 has caused a postponement to your exam or a disruption of your ability to prep for your boards, email us at email@example.com and attach a copy of the notice you received stating your exam was cancelled or rescheduled due to COVID-19 concerns. During this time we will gladly extend your subscription for the same length of time originally purchased. If no documentation is provided, still reach out to us and we will address your concerns on a case-by-case basis."
Please see the official letter from BoardVitals for more information
BoardVitals is an exam preparation database that provides review questions for the AMPLE Parts 1 & 2, PANCE, and NBME shelf exams.
NOTE: New users will need to create a BoardVitals account using your @dmu.edu email address. When you create an account on the BoardVitals site, you will be sent a confirmation email. Click the link in the email and your account will be activated. Once logged in to BoardVitals, it is possible to create customized practice tests, see explanations with each answer, and view statistics as well as suggested questions based on performance.
BoardVitals consists of question banks, plus up-to-date explanations from the literature with answers and detailed feedback.
Using the timed feature will allow you to practice how to pace yourself for an exam of this format. See the Subject Examination Timing Chart to determine the number of questions and exam length for each module.
The library's subscription includes the following sections:
American Podiatric Medical Licensing Examinations (APMLE)
"The Part I and Part II written exams are designed to assess whether a candidate possesses the knowledge required to practice as a minimally competent entry-level podiatric physician."
Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination (PANCE)
Initial exam PA's must pass in order to become certified in their profession. Students in accredited programs may register as early as 90 days prior to graduation to take PANCE.