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Jones & Bartlett Learning Announces Partnership with Cram Fighter

Jones & Bartlett Learning and Cram Fighter partner to provide significant benefit to the medical students and residents who use their platforms to prepare for USMLE licensing exams.

Burlington, MA (PRWEB) October 20, 2015

Jones & Bartlett Learning, a leading provider of instructional, assessment, and learning-performance management solutions, and Cram Fighter, the worldwide leader in adaptive study plan creation, announced their partnership today. This partnership will provide significant benefit to the medical students and residents who use their platforms to prepare for USMLE licensing exams.

“We are thrilled to partner with Cram Fighter to create additional value for medical students using USMLE Benchmark” said David Cella, Vice President and Executive Publisher at Jones and Bartlett Learning, the creators of USMLE Benchmark. “This collaboration reinforces our commitment to help medical students and residents efficiently prepare for and ultimately excel at the USMLE exams. Cram Fighter offers a tremendous service, and we’re very excited to collaborate with a talented group of people whose goals align with ours."

USMLE Benchmark is digital review product for medical students and residents preparing for the USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 CK exams. Every subscription of USMLE Benchmark includes the ability to create unlimited, custom practice tests in multiple content areas as well as a timed assessment exam that simulates the style of the boards and is based on the most recent NBME blueprint. USMLE Benchmark provides users with custom reports that pinpoint topics that require more study, individual progress, progress compared to other users, and time spent per question.

“Cram Fighter is excited to work with Jones and Bartlett Learning, a company with deep expertise in professional education, to provide our users with an exciting new resource,” said Amit Mathew, CEO of Cram Fighter. “Working with USMLE Benchmark is a natural extension of Cram Fighter’s mission to provide students with personal, flexible study plans that match their individual learning styles. USMLE Benchmark offers an innovative approach to a tried and true method of exam preparation. ”

Cram Fighter helps more than 20,000 students annually prepare for exams such as the USMLE and COMLEX. Cram Fighter serves as a starting point for students as they seek to learn about resources available to help them prepare for their upcoming exams, and in creating manageable and flexible study plans.

For more information on USMLE Benchmark, please visit

For more information on Cram Fighter, please visit

About Jones & Bartlett Learning

Jones & Bartlett Learning, a division of Ascend Learning, is a world-leading provider of instructional, assessment, and learning-performance management solutions for the secondary, post-secondary, and professional markets. Jones & Bartlett Learning develops educational programs and services that improve learning outcomes and enhance student achievement by combining authoritative content written by respected authors with innovative, proven, and engaging technology applications that meet the diverse needs of today's instructors, students, and professionals. For more information on Jones & Bartlett Learning, visit

About Cram Fighter

Cram Fighter is the leading resource for students seeking to create personalized, adaptive study plans for high-stakes exams. Cram Fighter provides students with a detailed daily checklist of tasks, allowing them to create realistic and detailed plans for long-term preparation for their upcoming exams. For more information, visit

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