Even if you just have 30 days, UWorld can boost your USMLE exam score! At this point, there really isn’t much debate that UWorld is a fantastic resource.
We’ve enhanced your Step 1 QBank experience! In the “Create Test” section, you can now view “Categories” within each “System,” allowing you to create more specific, category-based practice tests. You can also review your performance for each category in the “Performance” tab, giving you a more detailed analysis of your prior practice sessions. Getting Started: […]
We recently updated the “Systems” section of the Step 1 QBank to optimize your study experience of “General Principles.” It’s now easier to access specific “General Principles” questions, with their new categorization into focused blocks: Biochemistry Genetics Microbiology Pathology Pharmacology This feature update to “General Principles” will occur in all key areas of the QBank, […]
You can now create Subject- and System-specific tests from within the “Reports” section of the QBank. This update allows you to review your performance and quickly create a test based on Subjects or Systems that need improvement, without returning to the “Create Test” section. Using the New Feature From the “Reports” section of the QBank, […]
Shelf exams are a critical part of clinical rotations and we’ve now made it easier to prepare with a shelf review mode dedicated to the topics they test.
To succeed in this critical interview, you will need to prepare yourself properly. Consider the following tips on how to ace your PA school interview.
As you consider registering to take the USMLE Step 1 in 2020, you should learn all you can about the high-stakes exam. Check out our USMLE Step 1 snaphot.
PA students often have questions about the PANCE. That’s why we’ve put together this snapshot of the PANCE so you can get helpful answers to your questions.
Studying throughout medical school is a marathon, not a sprint. But what are the most effective study techniques for success? Allow me to share some tips.
Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, it can be challenging to stay focused, We hope these suggestions will help you stay motivated in medical school.