Re: Does anyone have a subscription to tcmtest.com?
- I just got a responce for the institutional prices vs. cost to
individuals. We are also at odds with the cost to the institution.
The limited time frame that it is good for is also an uncomfortable
situation. Is anyone else more familiar with it? Is it really better
than spending the funds to just expand the number of study guides to
prep for National Boards?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Naomi Broering" <NBROERING@...>
> PCOM looked at getting it but it is too expensive for us.
> Students use it independently and really like it.
> Maybe ccaomloom could negotiate a consortium fee if many
> it, but it would have to go through our presidents.On Behalf
> Let me know if you pursue this.
> Naomi C. Broering, MLS, MA. FACMI
> Dean of Libraries
> Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
> 7445 Mission Valley Rd. Suite 101
> San Diego, CA 92108-4407
> 619-574-6909 ext 134 or 800-729-0941
> Fax 619 574-6641
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> Subject: [ccaomloom] Does anyone have a subscription to
> One of our students told me about tcmtests.com - does anyone have
> library subscription to this? The brochure on the website saysthey
> are "the world's largest online Oriental Medicine test preparation
> website." How much does it cost? Thanks, Dan
> Dan Kanaley
> Library Director
> NY Chiropractic College
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