A few months ago, I started studying for the NAVLE. I got access to Zuku in late February and did almost 3,000 questions in less than four months. By the end of this summer, I’ll have completed the canine, feline, equine, and bovine sections. If you are not familiar with Zuku, this is an online review created in 2006 and give us access to lectures, disease summaries in PDF, thousands of questions in NAVLE format and more. Few interesting features of Zuku review include more than 1,000 picture questions, timed tests of 60 questions per species or specialty, detailed progress statistics, and missed question recycle. I think all these features help to keep track of your progress and help you learn faster. They also have video lectures and flashcard games that are only available with the premium version.
Also, all answers are linked to the Merck Veterinary Manual online (MVM). So, when you get a question wrong, it will give you a direct link from Merck Vet Manual to the disease information, pictures, or charts. This manual is one of the most reliable sources and has been used for more than 60 years. The Merck Vet Manual book was first published in 1955, and its last edition (11th) was published in July 2016. MVM covers all the basics, several species, management and treatment of animal diseases. Nowadays, the Merck Vet Manual app is available, free, and easy to use! This online resource for both students and veterinarians, it offers a lot of information from access to hundreds of diseases, online drug calculators, quizzes, cases studies, and more.