Getting Through Medical School
with VCE Software
- Supports the VCE Exam Simulator file format (files with the .vce extension)
- Saving and restoring of testing sessions
- Ability to include only test questions that were answered incorrectly one or more times
- Store test result history
- Detailed report of test results
- Supports non-English characters
Getting Through Medical School with VCE Software
Embarking on a journey to becoming a doctor is a courageous step to take. As noble and rewarding as it is, going through medical school is most certainly tough and stressful. With lots to learn and memorize, medical students are known for studying anytime, anywhere – and still being under severe pressure to pass their exams. Avanset makes the life of medical students easier with its ground-breaking VCE software and respective file format.
VCE (standing for Virtual Certification Exam) is a file format of Visual CertExam Software.VCE files are interactive exams that can be opened, played and edited with VCE Simulator software. VCE Software has excellent reputation for its versatility, convenience and reliability, making it popular with customers all over the world. In this article, we explore how medical students can benefit from using the VCE software.
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VCE Description and Features
VCE Exam Simulator allows users to import questions from various file formats, including txt, rtf, PDF. So, basically, any text file with questions and answers can be turned into an interactive exam (questions included in textbooks work great, too). VCE Software allows embedding images in questions or answers, making it perfect for medical students.
VCE accommodates a number question types used in med schools, including multiple choice questions, fill in the blank questions, select and place / drag-n-drop questions, point and shoot questions (picking a point on the image), hot area questions (picking an area out of the few options given), create a tree of questions, build list and reorder, drop and connect questions.
With VCE Simulator, users have the freedom to save current testing session (unfinished exam), and come back to it later. You can also review your testing history; go back to the questions that hadn't been answered correctly, etc. Even more good news: VCE Software supports all non-English characters, so it can be easily used by non-English speaking students for exams in their native language without experiencing any issues with unrecognized characters.
VCE For Medical Students
VCE Software is becoming increasingly popular among students as it allows to cover huge amounts of information as any PDF or a text file with dozens of questions too boring to get through can be turned into an interactive practice exam. VCE exams both help students test their knowledge and memorize information they need for their exam. Here's how it works: as you review the questions you had given wrong answers to, your brain automatically memorizes the correct answer. We tend to learn best from our mistakes, don't we? Yet, don't just listen to us: see what our customers say!
'I love my VCEs! I am a pre-med student planning to become a physician in the future. Needless to say, there are PLENTY of things to learn. I have never been fond of cramming all night long, so I jumped on the opportunity to try VCE software when it was on sale. This is great! All terms, anatomy, basically any area are so much easier to learn with these tests! They are dynamic, so you have this feeling like you're moving forward as you switch from question to question, and this is great! I hate being stuck on the same textbook page for hours (and with pre-med, you can easily find yourself in this situation). So yes, studying has become easier, and my friends and I share VCE files all the time! I have the software both on my laptop and my iPhone, so I'm always flipping through test questions no matter where I am!!! This is like a modern replacement of flash cards!!! Whether I need to prepare for exams or just master a new topic, my VCEs always get me through!' Stephanie, pre-med student, University of Florida.