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Modern Review Designed For Today’s Busy Optometry Student

Modern Review Designed For Today’s Busy Optometry Student

We can’t wait to help you dominate your boards!  Over the past 14 years, we have had the privilege of helping over 20,000 Optometry students crush their review.   We love what we do and consider it a huge privilege to help students overcome the challenge and anxiety...

🧠 Crash Course Part 1 is Here

🧠 Crash Course Part 1 is Here

Optometry students are smart.  Since day one at KMK in 2004 we have operated with that mindset and each year you validate our perspective.  It is incredible to see how quickly and thoroughly students across the country dominate concepts when the material is...

😀 5 Tips to Maximize Studying For NBEO® Exams

😀 5 Tips to Maximize Studying For NBEO® Exams

We all know from the moment we enter optometry school that NBEO exams are looming.  And optometry students all across the country tell us that their lives are crazy busy.  In the midst of this craziness, and just trying to keep up with the typical...

KMK Optometry App Part 1 Version 1.0

KMK Optometry App Part 1 Version 1.0

2017 marks a benchmark year for Optometry students nationwide. KMK is thrilled to be able to offer Optometry students another awesome feature for review.  Announcing the KMK Optometry app! The KMK Optometry app version 1.0 is now available for all current...

The Most Advanced KMK Review Textbook

The Most Advanced KMK Review Textbook

KMK’s new Part 1, special 10th Anniversary Edition (Discontinued), is the most advanced KMK textbook ever released.  Led by KMKs Chief Medical Editor, Dr. Kendra Null, this textbook includes significant updates within the Ocular Anatomy, General Physiology,...

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A 36-year-old female presents with a recent diagnosis of a pituitary tumor. Which of the following visual field defects is MOST likely?

Which extraocular muscle has a primary function of incyclotorsion?

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