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A Board Review Textbook Set More Organized Than Ever Before

A Board Review Textbook Set More Organized Than Ever Before

We are so excited to introduce the new 12th edition of the KMK Part 1 Applied Science Review Guide!  Led by KMK's Chief Medical Editor, Dr. Kendra Null, this textbook is unlike any other KMK textbook that has been released in the past.  The 12th edition of the KMK...

The New KMK Optometry Boards Review Is Here

The New KMK Optometry Boards Review Is Here

The entire KMK Optometry team is pumped to welcome you to the new KMK Optometry website! The new site ushers in a variety of new features and content all designed to help Optometry students make a decision on board review course options that best fits their learning...

🤯 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...

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Potential threats to vision for a patient with diabetes mellitus include all of the following EXCEPT:

A patient with a traumatic right CN VI palsy is MOST likely asymptomatic in which position of gaze?

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