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Question Which Qbank can let me filter by Subjects?

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I want to start incorporating Qs into my study regimen, early right off the bat. I have finished the most of the 3 Ps: all Physio, all Path, 1/2 of Pharm. However my school offered us a Q bank (Usmle Consult), and with this Q bank you can only select Qs based on systems and not like Cardio Physio or Renal Path or Endocrine Path. Rather you cant create Question blocks based on subtopics of systems, but just the system itself. Does anyone know of any Q banks that may utlize such a feature?
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Hi,

You can do that with UW, as far as I remember
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Uworld and USMLERx both have a feature to make tests according to subject and/or system. USMLERx can even further subdivide into easy, medium and hard questions.
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For USMLERx Qbank Are you able to do further divide organ systems Q's into subtopics like Renal Pathology or Respiratory Physio rather than just all of Renal or all of Respiratory?

For the General Principles, can you further divide the subjects like Biochemsitry Nutrition or Microbiology Virus rather than just all of Bchem and all of Microbiology?

The answer to this Q will be very helpful for me and I appreciate if someone can contribute an answer.

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You can subdivide organ systems into subtopics. Like for example, renal system, you can make your block ask you only about anatomy, or genetics, or pathophysio concerning only the renal system.

You cannot divide the different disciplines into more specific subjects. For example, you cannot make a microbiology block with ONLY virology questions.
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Got it thanks so much

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You can subdivide organ systems into subtopics. Like for example, renal system, you can make your block ask you only about anatomy, or genetics, or pathophysio concerning only the renal system.

You cannot divide the different disciplines into more specific subjects. For example, you cannot make a microbiology block with ONLY virology questions.
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most of the qbanks allow that
and on usmleconsult and usmlerx u can subdivide also .
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