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any useful programs for mac to make study guides from?


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i was wondering if there was like some programs for the mac that i could like maybe write review questions for my exam and have it ask them back to me?

wishful thinking i know, but anyone got any ideas programs or suggestions?
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well, i think this entirely would depend on the type of questions it would ask. what class is this for?
also, i think this may be an instance where the computer just can't top another human being. i would suggest finding someone else in the class and studying with them.
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well not if someone wrote the appropriate program...


i am in medical school; all my exams are multiple choice on the computer 5 answer choices each question..

therefore, if i could write my own 'computerized quizzes' i would be simulating the test experience most accurately.
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Quiz Press 2.2.1 - MacUpdate

But if you're in med school, can't you just buy study prep software? I know my gf had a few study applications that had all the "usual" questions...
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Quiz Press 2.2.1 - MacUpdate

But if you're in med school, can't you just buy study prep software? I know my gf had a few study applications that had all the "usual" questions...
thanks ill check this out; but no the prep software isnt specific enough, its more overview for boards.

ouch, $45 huh? nothing free out there?
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