After Exam User Survey

1. What test were you studying for?
2. What other resources did you use to prepare for your exam? (select all that apply)

3. How helpful was OncologyMedicalPhysics.com in preparing for your exam? (Using slider: 1 = not helpful at all, 10 = extremely helpful)

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4. Would you recommend OncologyMedicalPhysics.com to a friend?
5. Rank, from most to least important, what site improvements would be most valuable to you. (Click and drag to order)
  • Adding more written content.
  • Adding the ability to take generate a quiz based on questions you found difficult.
  • Adding more questions.
  • Adding the ability to avoid questions you've already learned.
  • Improvements to question explanations.
6. Where there any topics of your exam that OncologyMedicalPhysics.com did not prepare you for or topics that should receive more focus?

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7. In your words, what did you think of OncologyMedicalPhysics.com? How can we improve the service?