There are small, practical ways you can invest in your health amidst the intensity of medical school. Let’s explore a few simple self-care practices that you can do with minimal props and, in less than 10 minutes, in four crucial areas. Mental, Physical, Social/Emotional and Spiritual.
Studying for Step 2 CK is wondrous compared to Step 1 in the sense that your resource utilization is vastly simplified. By consolidating your resources and being strategic with your precious few moments of studying each day, you can simultaneously complete your rotations, study for your shelf exams, and prepare for Step 2 CK!
What’s New? A great experience just got even better! We’ve enhanced the features of your QBank Flashcards. We’re pleased to introduce multiple new Flashcard features including a Browse feature that makes it easier for you to create and organize your flashcards and a Study feature that lets you review your flashcards with spaced repetition. Watch […]
Perhaps few things can trigger a catecholamine surge for medical students faster than the mention of the Step 1 exam. Even for those of us who have ostensibly moved on to life-after-the-exam, thinking about it can still put our amygdalae into overdrive. This autonomic response may seem exaggerated to those unfamiliar with the exam. Still, […]
Remembering all the concepts and facts in medical school is an incredible challenge, so we put together this article to help you improve memory retention.
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.
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.
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.
If the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting how you work or study from home, read this quick article to learn how to increase your productivity amid distractions.