NEJM Knowledge+ IM Review

NEJM Knowledge+ IM Review

By The New England Journal of Medicine

Score: 3
From 24 Ratings


NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review is a unique adaptive learning program designed to fit your busy schedule and help you improve your practice by assessing and enhancing both your knowledge and your self-awareness. Packed with clinically relevant, rigorously edited gold-standard content, NEJM Knowledge+ is the most efficient, engaging, and effective way to enhance your patient care, prepare for your board exams with confidence, and earn your required MOC and CME credits. This app complements the online version of NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review. Customers can use this app to log into their personal account for the length of their purchase term. The experience on the iPad mirrors the full functionality of the desktop. The experience on the iPhone is optimized for the small screen and contains all of the adaptive learning questions and the Recharge feature. NEJM Knowledge+ is the only lifelong learning and board review product that uses state-of-the-art adaptive learning technology to continuously assess the subjects you know and identify the areas where you need reinforcement. It then delivers questions based on what you know already, what you need to study more, what you are struggling to master, what you think you know better than you do, and what you might be forgetting. From the brand you trust, we've developed and reviewed our study material to ensure it meets our exacting standards and your expectations. The question bank and exams correspond to the ABIM blueprint while reflecting the real-world challenges you face in your practice. NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review includes: • Over 1,600 highly relevant, case-based, multiple-choice questions that are mapped to the ABIM exam blueprint, • Two (2) timed practice exams, • Personalized reporting on your progress and performance, • The ability to earn up to 270 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 270 MOC points. NEJM Knowledge+ is a product of NEJM Group, a division of the Massachusetts Medical Society. To learn more, visit Have feedback or NEJM Knowledge+ account/access questions? Email us at • NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Board Review Support (link to • Privacy Policy (link to Application License Agreement (link to



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    By cheeto doctor
  • Needs major update

    By Preparing for the board
    The Qbank itself is not bad, covers most of the topic but the app is bad. One guide thing is you can use landscape or the portrait mode. I specifically like the portrait mode. But, there are major flaws. It does not allow you to go back to previous questions and very hard to know number of questions that has been attempted or the number that is remaining. You also need to login every time.
  • Needs improvement

    By Ncnc1789
    The app works ok, but needs improvements like the ability to come back to a previous question (if I press the button to go to the next one by mistake I can’t come back if I have not finished reading the previous one), also the ability to see how many questions you have done so far. You also cannot come back to the case if you have already answered the question, so if I have to check for something I did not notice on the case before, I cannot.
  • This app has dementia

    By ID.Doc
    Despite spending $600 on this app I have to login everytime I want to use it. Really? Is that so hard to program? Other than that the program is really nice.
  • Excellent

    By BilalNaseer
    Great questions. Well made App.
  • Why is this on appstore

    By dizm4
    This could have been a fun quiz app, if a serious doctor login account was not required.
  • Great program - frustrating bug

    By son2
    Absolutely great app and great content. It's sooooooooooooooooooo frustrating to have to log in every time I open the app though, even if I check to "remember me".
  • Annoying password request

    By bluelike
    The content is great, but requiring us to input our passwords with every use is annoying. This product is advertised as convenient education on the go, to be used between seeing patients or in the grocery line. Adding a tedious barrier diminishes any motivation I may have otherwise had to study in such situations. Less frequent password requests or integration with Apple fingerprint ID would go a long way in making this app work as advertised.
  • Stuck on an EKG

    By Oldfolksdoc
    During the first question I clicked on an EKG and now can't get out of that screen no matter what I do. Pretty annoying.
  • Fonts are too small to read. Zooming in/out is a pain.

    By mono1342
    I regret buying this.