The key strategy to succeeding on the FSOT is preparing for as many questions as possible, which means covering as many subjects and concepts as you can when studying. But how do you accomplish that with limited time and budget? You utilize the proven method of repetition and active recall with this extensive set of flashcards, Wikipedia links and high-resolution maps. This collection will not only Increase your scores, but shift the paradigm of how you study for the Foreign Service Officer Test.

What’s Included:

900+ Digital Flashcards

Flashcards are one of the most effective ways to study for the FSOT. Why? Because they cut to the chase, giving you just what you need to know, when you need to know it. Combined with repetition, flashcards help you learn facts quickly in the same manner a child learns his first language — through exposure and saturation.

  • Available in mulitple PDF layouts for optional printing*
  • Pauker, Winflash Educator and Cue Card formats included!
  • Compatible with IPhone, Blackberry and Windows Mobile Devices.

14 High Resolution Maps

A strong familiarity of political boundaries is essential to achieving a high score on the FSOT. This collection of physical and political maps are ideal in assisting you prepare for potential questions of the FSOT.

  • Compatible with IPhone, Blackberry and Windows Mobile Devices

Detailed Setup Instructions

The FSOT Study Pak contains detailed instructions to help you configure your mobile device and computer to your chosen delivery method.

Study On The Go!

The FSOT Study Pak enables you to study anytime and anywhere — between classes, during work breaks, or while waiting for the subway Download to your mobile device and take your studying with you wherever you go!

Disclaimer: The FSOT Study Pak is not a comprehensive review of your education. While mastering the flashcards and Wikipedia terms will help you raise your scores, a foundation in the core concepts tested is necessary to achieve success on the FSOT. For suggested reading materials, please refer to the DOS Suggested Reading List.