WEBINAR: Tutoring Program Best Practices for Institutions
Yesterday, Elite Medical Prep founders Ken Rubin, MD and Marcel Brus-Ramer, MD, PhD delivered a webinar to representatives from several different medical schools detailing best practices for 1-on-1 and group tutoring programs for institutional use.
Elite Medical Prep Founder Delivers Grand Rounds at University of Hawaii
This past week, Marcel Brus-Ramer, MD, PhD, Founder and President of Elite Medical Prep, was invited to do medical education grand rounds at the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine.
WEBINAR: COVID-19 Imaging for Medical Students & Residents
Download Slides Here COVID-19 Imaging for Medical Students & Residents YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyNHjrefg90 Time: Tuesday, April 7th at 5pm EST Speaker: Marcel Brus-Ramer, MD, PhD, neuroradiologist and emergencyradiologist, President at Elite Medical Prep, Co-director of the USMLE Prep course at Mt. Sinai
Medical School Closed Due to Coronavirus? Remote Learning Tips
How to keep up with USMLE material during the extended spring break. The coronavirus (COVID-19) has disrupted our lives in unprecedented ways. The typical stress of medical school has turned into uncertainty. Beyond the extended spring break, medical students preparing for USMLE exams are faced with shuttered Prometric Testing...
ALL United States Prometric Testing Centers CLOSED
ALL USMLE Prometric Testing Centers in the United States and Canada to be CLOSED for the Next 30 Days
How to Study for USMLE Step 1 During MS2
Learning how to study for USMLE Step 1 begins long before your dedicated period if you want to score highly on your exam. Becoming familiar with and starting to use content dense resources such as First Aid, Sketchy, and Pathoma during MS2 gives you more time to learn content and ultimately a less intense study schedule when dedicated rolls around.
Scheduling Residency Interviews
You’ve submitted your ERAS application, all of your LoR are in, your school uploaded your MSPE, and now here you are, waiting for the “wave” of interview invites that you hope is going to hit you. Here are a couple tips for scheduling interviews.
Saving Money on Residency Applications
The cost of interviewing for residency can be a very expensive process for many applicants. As interviewing for residency usually involves travel, the median cost of interviewing in recent years has been roughly $3,900! Here’s how to cut that number down.
Preparing for Your Residency Interview
Performing well during the residency interview is critical in maximizing your chances at being ranked well in a particular program. In order to present the best version of yourself, you must prepare!
The Case for USMLE QBanks- Why They Work
So you’ve downloaded all the study schedules you can get your hands on, can practically recite pages from First Aid in your sleep, maybe bought a couple subscriptions for video lecture series, but still you’re wondering: Am I doing this right? Here’s an easy guide.