The American Board of Toxicology's Practice app is a tool that allows you to create customized practice tests with answer explanations for every question. View your results and examination history with just a few taps. Study anywhere at anytime without Internet connectivity.
The app utilizes the "spacing effect" to enhance your learning capability. You'll space out your studying into shorter, more productive study sessions, which allow your brain to retain more information. Simply tell the app how many questions you want to take, enable the timer, and filter examination content to create the perfect study experience.
KEY APP FEATURES:
Two practice modes: simulation and study
Automatic test saving and retrieval
Detailed results analysis
Question of the Day
Exam day countdown
FREE WITH DOWNLOAD:
30 practice questions and rationales
New "Question of the Day" each day
FULL PAID VERSION:
+ 400+ practice questions
+ Answer explanations
+ References to source materials
+ Exam creation customization
+ Priority support
The questions in this exam practice app were created by the American Board of Toxicology and incorporate the practices used to create the certification examination. Questions were reviewed by subject matter experts utilizing the examination content outline to ensure that only the practice questions are indicative of those on the actual exam. This app covers the Domains listed in the Candidate Manual on the ABT website. These domains were derived from a practice analysis study of the knowledge required for general toxicology. In the manual, the domains are further divided into tasks. The ABT exam tests the knowledge and/or skills needed to perform these tasks.
I. Design, Execute, and Interpret Toxicology Studies
II. Descriptive Toxicology: Environmental, Clinical, Non-clinical, and Forensic Investigations
III. Mechanistic Toxicology
IV. Risk Assessment (A. Hazard Identification; B. Exposure Assessment; C. Dose Response Assessment; and D. Risk Characterization and Management)
V. Applied Toxicology: Public, Environmental, and Occupational Health