Canadian Medical Test Prep Site, CanadaQBank, Offers Unique User Experience and Features
When it comes to using online question banks for exam preparation, many medical students claim that they are difficult to navigate and use.
Farmington Hills, MI (PRUnderground) July 24th, 2015
When it comes to using online question banks for exam preparation, many medical students claim that they are difficult to navigate and use. However, CanadaQBank.com, a Canadian medical test prep site, has ensured that students are able to navigate its site quickly and easily by offering them a range of unique features in conjunction with a great user interface.
The unique single click start feature enables students to pick up right where they left off the last time they used the site. After logging in, students are taken directly to the test page, and all they have to do to populate a new test is click on the “create test” button.
Students can choose between using timed and tutor modes on the test prep site and they have the option of saving their own notes and questions in the relevant places as well. A wide range of exam test topics can be chosen from and students can now choose the difficulty level at which they would like to practice. After each session, students can review their overall progress.
Medical students who would like to find out more about how they can benefit from the online question banks and other services offered by CanadaQBank can do so here: http://www.canadaqbank.com. The new user interface can be viewed here: http://canadaqbank.com/userinterface3.php.
CanadaQBank® is an online test preparation service for the medical licensing exams of Canada and the United States. Our features, accuracy and expertise in question and case creation will give you the very best studying experience available to pass your Medical Council of Canada and United States medical licensing exams. Thousands of medical students and physicians worldwide use CanadaQBank to help them prepare for the MCCEE, the MCCQE Part 1, the MCCQE Part 2 and the USMLE.