Top 5 Bad Habits Which are Keeping You From Passing USMLE Step 1
Studying for USMLE Step 1 is a daunting task, but you don’t want to study the wrong way to make matters worse. Here is a list of common bad habits students fall into when studying, and how you can avoid them to get you on the right track to passing your Step 1 exam!
A Quick User’s Guide to Pathoma for USMLE Step 1
While medical school curricula often emphasize physiology, it never quite seems to stick by the time the board exams roll around. Pathoma is the best tool for this job.
Residency Matching: How to Cancel an Interview the Right Way
After four years of college, four years of medical school, countless research projects and long hours shadowing you finally got a residency interview and you want to cancel it?! Yes, it happens. And here’s how to respectfully decline.
When to Start Studying for USMLE Step 1
I often recommend first-year medical students start getting facile with USMLE-specific references as they study for their medical school’s core curriculum.
How to Painlessly Prepare for USMLE Step 3 & COMLEX Level 3
USMLE Step 3/COMLEX Level 3 is the final examination in a three-part series for medical licensing in the United States. Learn about how to study for Step/Level 3 as well as when to take each exam.
Studying for USMLE Step 1 During MS1
First year is about learning how to study, how to increase your efficiency, how to retain high yield information, and then how to apply this information into real-life patient scenarios. As for studying for USMLE Step 1, here are some tips for concerned students.
Applying to ENT Residency
Do you love the ears, nose and throat? Me too! The residency application process in ENT can be daunting and stressful – the best way to navigate the system is by talking to friends and colleagues who have been through it before!
Residency Letters of Recommendation: Everything You Need to Know
Letters of recommendation (LoRs) are becoming an exceedingly important part of a candidate’s residency application