Last Minute OKAP Review

Sorry it's been so long since I've posted any articles!  Between acclimating to my new jobs and family obligations, I just haven't been able to devote as much time to this site.  But don't worry, I still plan to keep adding new content when I can!

One of the things I want to do on this site is to provide more finished "products" for you, in addition to the subject/literature reviews, test preparation and study ideas, and book reviews.  These will hopefully include charts, outlines, and other media that will help augment your studies.  I am working on several book-length projects for the site as well, including a mnemonics-style cheat book and a "textbook" of ophthalmology, with the goal of bridging the gap between the traditional high-academic works of the highly reputable textbooks and shorter-length review books.  Since those books are going to take me a considerable time to write and prepare (probably several years at the rate I'm going now), I plan to publish those for sale.  However, I still want to make the bulk of the content free, so the articles won't be hidden behind a paywall.

I just put the final touches on my "Last Minute OKAP Review" resource, and would like to make that available to you, free of charge!  It's a 48-page topic outline of ophthalmology (for reference, the American Academy of Ophthalmology's OKAP outline is 69 pages long), with some thoughts about each subject and how I studied for the OKAP exam.

I realize it may be a bit late for many of you taking the 2017 OKAP exam, which is coming up in just under 3 weeks.  However, if you're interested in looking at what I thought was important, you're more than welcome to check it out!  Obviously, I cannot guarantee that any of the information in this outline will be on the test, but I can at least testify that the outline discusses most of the important topics in ophthalmology.

I'd love to get your feedback!  You can order it through the Products page now (still free), and it has a brief survey to help give me some ideas on how to create more tools to help in the future!