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Podiatry - APMLE Part 3 Board Review Question Bank
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- Customize practice tests by subject
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- Timed option to simulate real test conditions
- Compare your progress against the national average
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Key APMLE Part 3 Board Review Features
APMLE Part 3 Board Review Topics Covered:
- Medical Imaging
- Orthopedics and Biomechanics
- Evidence Based Medicine
- Community Health
Information about the APMLE Part 3 Exam
Note that the APMLE Part 3 Exam is generally considered to be on the easier side of the APMLE exams. This is likely due in part to the fact that at this stage most students have a thorough understanding of the material on the exam. Many of the podiatry concepts will have been covered already via the normal course training.
BoardVitals is a great resource to take a practice exam and the system will identify what categories you are underperforming in compared to the national average. Your time is likely best spent on the few areas where memory may be lacking or you need a topical review.
What is covered on the APMLE Part 3 Exam?
According to the APMLE Part III Exam Content Outline, the following topics are on the exam:
- Medicine 28%
- Medical Imaging 15%
- Orthopedics and Biomechanics 22%
- Anesthesia 9%
- Surgery 26%
How long is the APMLE Part 3 Exam?
The APMLE Part 3 Exam consists of 200 multiple-choice questions. The scale passing score has been set by the NBPME at 75.
Refer to the Part III Candidate Bulletin for sample questions.