InsideTheBoards for the USMLE, COMLEX & Medical School

Anatomy – The ITB All-Audio Qbank (powered by Osmosis)

October 26, 2017

We've been working hard on our All-Audio Qbank. In this episode, hear a sample from ITB's Pre-Clinical (1st and 2nd Year) All Audio Clinical Qbank (powered by Osmosis). For a limited time, podcast listeners can get an even sweeter deal on launch-pricing of the audio qbank (25% off) by using the discount code "Podcast" at checkout. Just go to insidetheboards.com/qbank to learn more. Plus, leave a review of the ITB Podcast for your chance to win a free subscription to the All-Audio Qbank. 

ITB Audio Qbank and iOS Beta App

The Audio Qbank by InsideTheBoards mobile app has both free and premium features and is available on both Android and iOS

To get started, first, create a Boardsinsider Account on our website insidetheboards.com

Free Features 

  1. All of our podcasts in one place organized into playlists for easy studying (also with less ads and exclusive content) 
  2. Mindfulness meditations designed specifically for medical students 
  3. A monthly offering of high yield content (questions dissections, audio qbank samples) available only on our mobile app. 

Premium Features

Subscribe to an ITB premium account and get additional features 

  1. Access to 500+ audio optimized board style practice questions in our Audio Qbank. The Step 1 version is powered by Exam Circle and the Step 2 Version is powered by OnlineMedEd. New questions added each month. 
  2. High Yield Pharmacology (powered by Lecturio) with 100 of the top pharm questions you need to know for both Step 1 and Step 2 
  3. Audio Flashcards (coming soon) 

Our audio qbank is THE PERFECT companion for studying for the boards on the go. And we're adding content and improving it all the time.  

Learn more about the Audio Qbank by InsideTheBoards mobile app here

Content courtesy of Osmosis. CC-BYSA 2.0. Questions have been optimized and edited for audio consumption.  Copyright Osmosis. Original version may be found at the appropriate topic heading at https://open.osmosis.org/topics.

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