Free Study Resources

Complimentary study links for test preparation from the collaborative health 2.0 blogosphere. Note responsible for accuracy of unaffiliated internet sites. Join the PodiatryPrep “crowd-sourcing” community and send in your favorites today.

Test Preparation Resources

There are many resources that you can use as you begin the test preparation process. You will find much information about most tests completely free and online at official board websites, containing test dates, the types of questions, how long the test will take, and most other questions concerning the details of the test. The internet also provides access to test study guides and free practice tests that will help you prepare as well.

Here, you’ll find a lot of resources and information about the test preparation process. Hopefully you’ll learn the right methods of preparing for the test in your future. Most of your initial studying can come from free online test prep resources.


[Visually stunning clinical and radiographic images]

Podiatric Radiology:

.PDF Files [Practice for oral questions]

  1. Ankle Lumps
  2. Gout
  3. Pediatric Itching
  4. Soft Tissue Mass
  5. Talar Lesion
  6. www.FootEducation.com

Surgery [Videos and PodCasts]


Mnemonics have existed almost as long as the medical knowledge itself. Many of these mnemonics float down from professors, demonstrators or other students. This site serves to expand the circles of sharing/exchange to a larger group worldwide. Also, by maintaining in a common source, it ensures that the knowledge will not die, but continue to be available to later learners.


Bone Tumors:


Wound Care:


Surgical Infections:




Madura Foot:

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  1. Study Tactics Tip of the Day!


    It is a few nights before the board exam, and you have to study your PodiatryPrep CDs in order to retain the information. What’s the best study method?

    Cramming? Long – uninterrupted study sessions? Drinking an energy drink and staying up all night? The answer can be found with your breaks!


    If you take frequent short breaks, your memory will retain the information on each CD better than one of the aforementioned study strategies.

    Good Luck!

  2. Test-Taking Tips for Podiatry Boards

    The following Test-Taking tips have been collected from experienced FARC staff members.

    1. Answer every question as there is no penalty for guessing.
    2. Trust your instincts – be careful about changing your 1st answer.
    3. Read the answers first before you read the question.
    4. Get a god night sleep the night before the examination.
    5. Leave your Ego at the door, remember it is only a test.
    6. Recall is best enhanced by repetition.
    7. Be motivated to study.
    8. Take care of your physical health.
    9. Study a little every day, don’t cram the night before the test.
    10. Eliminate external distractions to studying.
    11. Get comfortable when studying and taking the test.
    12. Maintain your focus and try not to day-dream.
    13. Use the process of elimination for answers.
    14. Identify un-answerable “stressor questions”. Don’t waste time on them and move on to more answerable questions.

    Good Luck!

  3. Help Us Assist Our Colleagues

    Feel free to join us and contribute your own favorite links and URLs for board preparation and study.

    Link: MarcinkoAdvisors@msn.com

    FARC Editors

  4. Study Links

    These study links are an excellent free resource. Thank you.


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