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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.

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While 96% of USMLE test takers typically pass, if you’re someone who falls within that 4% and didn’t pass on your first try, you should know that each year over 20,000 people take USMLE Step 1. That means even within that 4%, there are at least 800 other students in your exact same situation. So, what do you do? We’ll tell you.

  • Jul 11
  • 14 min
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The Ultimate 10 Week USMLE Step 1 Study Schedule So you’re in med school and 10-weeks away from taking the USMLE huh? Don’t panic, you still have some time! The thing you need now is a realistic study schedule that you can stick to and follow to prepare you for […]

  • Jun 20
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Flashcards are best used as a supplementary study aid, where they support knowledge retention from other core resources. For students preparing for USMLE Step 1, these core resources can vary, but often UWorld, First Aid and Pathoma are among the most widely used.

  • Apr 25
  • 6 min
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Zanki (if you don’t already know) is a very popular flashcard deck option for students studying for USMLE Step 1. If you’re at the beginning of your dedicated study period and haven’t selected a flashcard resource yet, we strongly advise you to check out our flashcard resource reviews to help you […]

  • Apr 15
  • 14 min
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You’re 6 weeks away from test day and it’s time to get serious. Very serious. Hopefully up until this point you have already gotten involved and familiar with USMLE Step 1 material and test structure. Maybe you’ve gone through First Aid, gotten started with UWorld questions, or started using a […]

  • Apr 2
  • 5 min
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