We’ll be taking a close look at the pros and cons of the UWorld ABIM QBank by examining the user interface, question style and format, and other features.
UWorld has helped me develop critical reasoning skills. Learn how I used lessons from UWorld to integrate clinical information into real life case scenarios.
For me, UWorld is more than a question bank (QBbank). It has become my number one learning tool in medical school. It is a resource that I reference every day to measure what I know and to diagnose my weak areas.
Turning tedious information into fun and easy-to-remember mnemonics is a great way to commit to memory the multitude of critical facts tested on USMLE Step 1.
By Michelle Chapman Clinical Rotations: A New Learning Environment Starting clinical rotations as a third-year medical student has been both exciting and nerve-wracking for me. I finally get to leave the classroom, work with patients every day, and feel like a member of the healthcare team. But I also have to adapt to learning in […]
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By Deepa Ramadurai, MD It is surprisingly difficult to find board examination content on the internet that has been vetted by physicians familiar with the exam’s content. However, if you have already completed the first step of the United States Medical Licencing Examination, you know that UWorld is a trusted resource. What some trainees might […]
With dedicated study periods varying among medical schools and too many resources, medical students can make these top 5 common mistakes studying for Step 1.
When it comes to learning and retaining material in med school, repetition is critical. That’s why UWorld’s practice focus makes it a must-have resource!
Create a customizable electronic notebook full of high-yield information that you can review at any time to prepare for the USMLE.