THE HEARTBEAT OF KMK OPTOMETRY

Keeping You In The Know.

KMK is a company obsessed with innovation.  Optometry Pulse is your one-stop shop for free student tips and resources and new KMK launches.   

🤯 KMK Crash Course® Part 2 Boards: One Final Review

🤯 KMK Crash Course® Part 2 Boards: One Final Review

The Part 2 NBEO® exam is approaching fast and we know you are hard at work going through the KMK Part 2 textbook, videos, flashcards, Precise Practice®, TMOD exam, and most importantly, the newly added Full Cases, Mini Cases, and TMOD cases on the Part 2 KMK online...

Tested & Proven 3 Phase Optometry Boards Review Process

Tested & Proven 3 Phase Optometry Boards Review Process

Summer has finally ended and you’re back in the grind of optometry classes, labs, and seeing patients in clinic.  Although the Part 1 NBEO® exam is several months away in March, the time to start preparing is now!  Each year, we see a trend of successful students...

KMK Optometry Boards Review Questions Powered By Twitter®

KMK Optometry Boards Review Questions Powered By Twitter®

#KMKTYK In talking to Optometry students across the country, we know you’re busier than ever before.  We remember the stress of just trying to keep up with the normal class schedule and exams – when you add boards prep to everything else, it can feel...

The KMK Optometry Signature Difference

The KMK Optometry Signature Difference

You’re a busy optometry student who is starting to think about the Part 1 NBEO® exam.  You’ve heard about the KMK Optometry  Signature® course, but you aren’t sure if it’s the right course for you.  You may be wondering how is the...

KMK Optometry Student Performance All In One

KMK Optometry Student Performance All In One

KMK Optometry is excited to introduce another awesome addition to the KMK Part 1 and Part 2 courses – the KMK Optometry Student Performance® Dashboard!  Available through your browser and in the newly released KMKGo. app, the KMK Optometry Student...

Featured Post

Instagram

Twitter

Which nerve would NOT be affected by a space-occupying tumor located within the muscle cone?

A paranasal sinus infection is MOST likely to spread to the orbit through which of the following bones?

Dedicated to Optometry
Student Success.

#1 Trusted Leader in Board Review.
For 14 straight years KMK has been the #1 choice for Optometry board review. Used by 98% of Optometry students nationwide since 2010.

Insta Feed

Twitter Feed

Which nerve would NOT be affected by a space-occupying tumor located within the muscle cone?

A paranasal sinus infection is MOST likely to spread to the orbit through which of the following bones?

© 2019 KMK Educational Services & Sweet Onion Software®