• PEER Pearls

    Focused visual tools help learners understand and retain critical treatment information

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  • Closest-to-the-Exam Questions

    The gold standard in high-quality, ABEM-style questions developed by EM physicians

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  • Mobile-Friendly Design

    Easy-to-use, mobile-optimized design lets you study anywhere with your phone or tablet

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  • Unsurpassed Value

    PEER delivers the all-in-one solution you need at a surprisingly affordable price

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PEERprep for Programs

Want quality questions, advanced analytics, and a name you can trust? PEERprep for Programs offers a powerful array of tools to strengthen resident readiness.

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PEERprep for Physicians

Preparing for the ITE, initial certification exam, or ConCert exam? PEERprep for Physicians is the solution you need to succeed on your boards.

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PEERcert+ for MyEMCert

Need board prep for the new MyEMCert? PEERcert+ is designed specifically to help you succeed on MyEMCert—and build knowledge to improve patient care.

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  • I used PEER, as well as a competitor, and felt that PEER was closer to what types of questions I ended up seeing on the ConCert exam. The ability to build custom exams, and drill down into topic/content specific performance was great!

    – Matthew D. Bitner, MD, MEd, FACEP

  • PEER was all I used for my recertification – the online questions. I passed with no problem

    – Keenan M. Bora, MD, FACEP

  • I have used the PEER series for both my initial board certification and my ConCert. I have never been a great test taker, but the practice, layout, and questions helped me feel ready for test day. PEER is an integral tool in the preparation process.

    – Ryan Stanton, MD, FACEP

  • I used it … and thought it was great!

    – Jessica Best, MD

  • I've been using PEER consistently throughout my residency training to prepare for the In-Training exam and now the Qualifying exam. The questions are incredibly high-yield and have been an invaluable asset in preparing for the boards.

    – Michael Ullo, MD