Create a customizable electronic notebook full of high-yield information that you can review at any time to prepare for the USMLE.
If you want to do well on USMLE Step 1, do two passes through UWorld. This article gives you a step-by-step guide on preparing for Step 1 using the UWorld QBank.
Doing a small batch of UWorld questions daily will keep your grasp of the material from fading and help you develop (or redevelop) the strong basic science foundation you’ll need to achieve a high score on Step 1.
Students may be surprised to find that UWorld is more than enough to prepare them for their medical school exams, and they don’t need too many other resources.
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.
This article gives you insights on how to simultaneously study for your Step 2 CK and Shelf exams. Explore a few tips used by a former medical student during their clinical rotations.
UWorld is pleased to introduce multiple new flashcard features in our QBank, including “Browse” and “Study” functions. Learn more about these updates to our industry-leading QBank..
Discover how using UWorld’s Step 1 categories can help you simultaneously prepare for your in-class exams and Step 1.
“Here, you can go see this patient,” my preceptor said as she handed me a patient’s chart. It was the second day of my first clinical rotation, family medicine. Thanks to COVID-19, I had spent the last four months barely talking to people or leaving my apartment, let alone examining a patient. I wasn’t sure if I even remembered how to use my stethoscope.