Med-Ace Biostatistics Question Pack

A high quality NBME Style Biostatistics question bank. 

What is the purpose of the Med-Ace Biostatistics Questions Pack?

If you are a medical student, then you are well aware of how pervasive biostatistics questions are in medical school exams, NBME shelf exams, & USMLE exams .While biostatistics is only a small part of what you are expected to know from a medical school curriculum, it can often be a troublesome subject to learn and master. The purpose of this question pack is to provide you with a high quality NBME/board style style question bank focused on biostatistics topics. 

What features are included in the Med-Ace Biostatistics Question Pack?

How does the Med-Ace Biostatistics Question Pack Work?

The question pack is divided into several groups of questions called question blocks. Each question block contains 20-25 questions which roughly approximates the total amount of biostatistics and epidemiology type questions in a typical USMLE exam. Once you have created your free Med-Ace account, you can access all the available question blocks using the links below. Each link represents a different question block. Non of the question blocks are timed and all of your responses are saved so that you may resume them at a later time. When completing a question block, you can either view the question explanation after answering a question or after completing the question block. Once you completed a question block, you will be provided with a performance report which will be saved in the “My Performance” page which can be accessed by clicking the “My Performance” tab in the “My Account” section. If you would like to retake a question block, simply select the same question block and click the button in the bottom of the results page which says “re-take question block.” 

– Happy Studying!

Available Question Blocks

Biostatistics Question Block 1 

  • Total Questions: 23
  • Style: Step 1 
  • Topics Covered: Measures of association, internal vs external validity, types of errors and bias, basic research designs, incidence and prevalence.
  • Difficulty Level: About the same as standard USMLE questions. 
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