How I Used UWorld During My Didactic Years
While there is certainly no substitute for clinical experience in gaining competence and confidence in clinical medicine, I give enormous credit to UWorld in helping me to build a solid mental framework on which I could superimpose my learning in the clinical setting and deepen my understanding
5 Mistakes to Avoid While Studying for Step 2 CK
No medical student wants to make mistakes on Step 2 CK especially when aiming for an extremely high score. Because making any number of common study mistakes can be detrimental especially once you get up into high percentiles, here are the top mistakes to avoid while studying for USMLE Step 2 CK.
2021 USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 CK Score Percentiles
How to calculate your USMLE Step 1 or USMLE Step 2CK score percentile is a common question many medical students ask. Here are the 2020 USMLE Step 1 and Step 2CK percentile charts to see how you compare to other students.
How to Simultaneously Study for Step 2 CK and Your Shelf Exams
Applying for residency is a stressful process with much that feels out of the applicant’s control. In truth however, there are some very important actions that can be taken to maximize your chances for success as an IMG!
When is it Time to Get a USMLE Step 1 or Step 2 Tutor?
We have all been there – studying for USMLE Step 1 or 2 CK with friends, yet realizing your productivity is slipping and the test day is fast approaching. Here are the pros and cons of choosing a professional tutor over your study buddies.
USMLE Step 2CS is Cancelled
Is This the End of Step 2CS? On May 26th, USMLE announced on their website that amidst the prolonged coronavirus crisis in the United States, Step 2CS test administrations will be suspended for the next 12-18 months. While previously there was speculation that USMLE Step
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...
Pushing Back your USMLE Test Date Without Losing Knowledge
The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis is a global pandemic. In this time of great uncertainty, many medical students may be wondering how to best prepare for their USMLE examinations– when they don’t know when they will be able to take their test.
What COVID-19 Means for Medical Students
For medical students, COVID-19 means virtual classrooms, rotations pulled, Prometric test centers closed, match day celebrations cancelled, and an overwhelming amount of uncertainty. So, let’s forget about the rest of it for a minute and talk about how to deal with coronavirus in medical school.
All United States Prometric Testing Centers CLOSED
Remember when all USMLE Prometric Testing Centers in the United States and Canada were closed for the next 30 days? Looking back, it was much longer than that.