100 DSM-5 Case studies in multiple choice format. Explanations provided. Creates a subset of missed case studies for you to retest.
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Ratings and Reviews
Not up to date for DSM5 criteria
This can serve as a great study tool, unfortunately there are arears that are not up to date for DSM 5 Criteria. I have also found several case examples so for with grammatical typos which I find distracting when trying to focus on the content. If these issues are addressed I would highly recommend it.
Not worth it
There are only 100 case studies and they're not worth the cost of the application. Also, this is not up to date with DSM-5. Very disappointed.
It's Alright for Study
Theo Dora Harlem
I'm a recent graduate student and I brought this app for extra studying. However, with the new DSM-5 out. It kind of defeats the purpose. I don't feel bad wasting my money on it, but it'll do in the meantime. Thank God I purchase the actual exam on my desktop, that gives the real exam simulation.
Family SharingWith Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.