At Lecturio you can create your own medical test to assess your learning progress and see which subjects you need to focus on, as well as to prepare for your exam! The test interface even simulates the real USMLE conditions.
Please note that the full Qbank version, which includes all setting options and features listed below, is only available to Premium Lecturio members. Users with a free account are able to access the free version of our Qbank with limited features.
Here's how you can create your test:
- Go to your home screen and click on "Qbank" on the left side menu
- Select the specific Qbank you want to use
- Click on "Create Custom Test"
- Now you can create your test! Decide if you want to activate the Tutor Mode and the Timer. The Tutor Mode will give you the right answer to the questions and corresponding explanations after you've selected your answer, as well as related video lectures and First Aid references. If you activate the Timer, you will have a specific amount of time to complete your test.
- Determine the Question Mode: Here you can choose from what pool of questions you want to create your test from. You can be asked questions from the entire question pool ("All"), questions that you have not been asked in previous tests ("Unused"), questions that you have had wrong in previous tests ("Incorrect"), questions that you have had omitted in previous tests ("Omitted"), or only questions which you have previously marked in other tests ("Marked").
- Choose the difficulty level of the questions:
- Select the subjects that you want to be tested on (if you select "Subjects", all subjects will be included)
- Select the organ systems that you want to be tested on (if you select "Systems", all organ systems will be included)
- Now please enter the number of questions you want to have in your test (max. 40 questions)
- Click on "Start Test" to begin your real-life exam simulation!
Attention app users: The Lecturio Qbank test creator is also available in the bottom menu bar on both iOS and Android Medicine Apps.