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AAPA End of Rotation Practice Exams 

The most effective way to master your clinical rotations and ace your EOR exams.

As clinicians ourselves, we know studying for your EOR exams amidst clinical rotations can be overwhelming and challenging. That’s why we created EOR Practice Exams - to provide the practice and confidence you need to pass on your first try. Hippo’s EOR Practice Exams feature over 800 questions written by experienced clinicians, for future clinicians. Best part? Our EOR Practice Exams are FREE with an AAPA membership (limited time only)!

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Master Your Rotations

Rotations are quick. Your studying needs to be efficient and effective. Use your EOR Practice Exams as a supplement to our Rotation Crash Course to exceed your studying needs while busy in rotations.


Ace Your Exam

Exams can be stressful. Be as prepared for the real exam as possible by taking an endless amount of practice exams compiled from 800 questions written by experienced clinicians, for future clinicians.


Excel in Your Practice

You learn critical information in your clinical rotations that you’ll use every day in your practice. Master the information now for long-term success, both for your practice and for your patients.


EOR Practice Exams

Regular Price

AAPA Members
$240 FREE
(with an active AAPA Membership)

What's included?


Over 800 questions spanning seven rotations: (Emergency Medicine (EM), Family Medicine (FM), Internal Medicine (IM), Surgery, Women's Health, Pediatrics, Psychobehavioral)

Gender-inclusive language to reduce unconscious bias


Message from our CEO

"At Hippo Education, we design education in line with our core values to 'do the right thing' and to 'grow and improve.' This includes intentional, regular review of our editorial practices to proactively address gender inclusion, race and ethnicity, cultural competency, among other areas of implicit and unconscious bias. Our design is consistent with the NBME guidelines stating that education should 'strive to promote diversity and present patients who reflect the population served by your examinees.'”