I was recently approached by the founders of EyeGuru.org to introduce you to their online resource for beginning residents. Since we want to provide as many resources to you as possible to help you with learning and gaining proficiency in ophthalmology, I was delighted to learn about a new tool that might be helpful for many of you.
Dr. James G. Chelnis contributed an article to the American Academy of Ophthalmology listing 9 very useful resources for OKAP and board exam review. His article can be found here (this may be member-only content).
I don't have any critiques of the resources he lists; from what I can tell, there is no specific order to his recommendations. If you used all 9 resources, I suspect you would do very well.
Out of that list, I personally used the following resources when I studied for the OKAP and board exams:
When I started looking on Google for helpful guides for OKAP or board exam study, a thread on studentdoctor.net was listed towards the top.
In the thread, the original poster presented a very thorough and detailed plan of attack for studying ophthalmology in his (I apologize, I'm assuming that the user is a "he" due to the username) first year of residency (PGY-2), including a specific reading schedule, reviews of textbooks and question banks, with links to different articles for additional reading. In some ways, it sounds eerily like what I'm trying to put together on this site.