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Berkeley Study Guide Part II By UCOSA
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The Berkeley Study Guide Part 2, Patient Assessment and Management (11th Edition). Includes 218 pages of review and 63 Sample PAM Cases and Questions. The Part 2 examination is an expanded version of... More > the PAM examination that was previously a section of Part 3. Since December 2009, PAM has comprised all of new Part 2 and will no longer be a component of Part 3. Our Berkeley Study Guide has been revised to accommodate these recent changes to the best of our ability. The new 11th edition has 218 pages of review and 63 sample PAM cases with images included. Each case has 6 multiple choice questions. We have also provided an addendum with color images of the Study Guide which can be accessed at http://optometry.berkeley.edu/general/study-guide-addenda-images-ucosa.< Less
Berkeley Study Guide Part I Book 2 By UCOSA
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Berkeley Study Guide for NBEO Part 1 - Applied Basic Science. This is the second of two books for the Berkeley Study Guide Part I. Please see the following link for the second book:... More > http://tinyurl.com/7zzjoom. With a more user-friendly format, and additional Boards-relevant material, the 12th edition is a proud new offering by the UC Berkeley School of Optometry. The Berkeley Guide is continually revised, updated, and improved to ensure that you will pass the National Board Exams in Optometry the first time. The comprehensive review of optometric material we have compiled into this Applied Basic Sciences Guide is similar in format to the first part of the National Boards. Within this guide, information is organized according to topics suggested by the NBEO (National Board of Examiners in Optometry).< Less
Berkeley Study Guide Part I Book 1 By UCOSA
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Berkeley Study Guide for NBEO Part 1 - Applied Basic Science. This is the first of two books for the Berkeley Study Guide Part I. Please see the following link for the second book:... More > http://tinyurl.com/83ba9k7. With a more user-friendly format, and additional Boards-relevant material, the 12th edition is a proud new offering by the UC Berkeley School of Optometry. The Berkeley Guide is continually revised, updated, and improved to ensure that you will pass the National Board Exams in Optometry the first time. The comprehensive review of optometric material we have compiled into this Applied Basic Sciences Guide is similar in format to the first part of the National Boards. Within this guide, information is organized according to topics suggested by the NBEO (National Board of Examiners in Optometry).< Less
A Guide for the Freelance Indexer By April Michelle Davis
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A Guide for the Freelance Indexer has been many years in the making when you take into account that April Michelle Davis, prior to teaching the “Introduction to Indexing” course through... More > the Editorial Freelancers Association, earned a master's of professional studies degree in publishing from George Washington University as well as certificates in editing, book publishing, and professional editing. She also completed the “Basic Indexing” course at the USDA Graduate School and “Indexing: Theory and Application” at the University of California, Berkeley. A member of the American Society for Indexing, she is chair-elect for the Mid-South Atlantic chapter of ASI. This is an important book for anyone embarking on an indexing career, or considering such a move. But editors and writers should not pass by this opportunity to discover a wealth of valuable information pertinent to their own work.< Less
A Guide for the Freelance Indexer By April Michelle Davis
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A Guide for the Freelance Indexer has been many years in the making when you take into account that April Michelle Davis, prior to teaching the “Introduction to Indexing” course through... More > the Editorial Freelancers Association, earned a master's of professional studies degree in publishing from George Washington University as well as certificates in editing, book publishing, and professional editing. She also completed the “Basic Indexing” course at the USDA Graduate School and “Indexing: Theory and Application” at the University of California, Berkeley. A member of the American Society for Indexing, she is chair-elect for the Mid-South Atlantic chapter of ASI. This is an important book for anyone embarking on an indexing career, or considering such a move. But editors and writers should not pass by this opportunity to discover a wealth of valuable information pertinent to their own work.< Less