This article gives you the best advice for studying the overlapping content of the USMLE and COMLEX, preparing for the remaining distinct content while introducing our new Level 1 Enhanced QBank.
The benefits of using UWorld’s Flashcards, tailored to the material you got wrong, are astronomical, especially if you start making the cards early in your first pass of UWorld during first or second year of medical school.
As part of the Flashcards section of the UWorld Step 2 CK QBank, you can conveniently create flashcards using pictures, tables, and critical information from each question. And then you can study any of that UWorld content with spaced repetition.
UWorld is a masterfully crafted educational resource that can and should be used from the beginning of one’s medical education, not merely during dedicated USMLE test prep periods.
UWorld has helped me develop critical reasoning skills. Learn how I used lessons from UWorld to integrate clinical information into real life case scenarios.
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.
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!
If you want to do well on USMLE Step 1, do two passes through UWorld. In this post, we’re going to lay out a template for how you can complete two full passes through 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.