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USMLE Step 1 Tips & Tricks
USMLE Step 1 Section - USMLE 1 Forum - USMLE Step 1 Books

Focus on the Question, Not the Exam
by thrift - 7619 reads, based on 20 votes
At the start of the day, the exam may seem to be a mountain. Trying to climb that mountain can seem difficult, if not impossible for some. The secret to conquering the mountain is to take it step by step, one step at a time. In the same manner, the secret to conquering the USMLE is to take it question by question, one question at a time. At its most concrete, an exam is nothing more than the sum of a set of questions. Each question poses its own special challenge and possibilities. And each question is independent; this means that what you did on the previous questions tells us little about your chances of getting or not getting the next question correct. If you get one question wrong, tha... More

USMLE exam; Waiting for the godot
by - 7580 reads, based on 16 votes
Step 3 is not really a mandatory part of the MLE for foreign graduates. PLACES IN INDIA YOU CAN DO THE MLE STEPS Ahmedabad Allahabad Bangalore Calcutta Hyderabad Madras/ Chennai Mumbai/ Bombay New Delhi Trivandrum 1. The MLE is not about how detailed your knowledge of specific areas is. It is more about the breadth of your coverage. You need to know some basic things about a lot of stuff, rather than really fine detail about any single topic. After all, its a 15 hour exam, both steps together!... More

Test Taking Strategies for the USMLE
by RxPG - 11504 reads, based on 11 votes
There is no question that the best strategy for USMLE success is to know the content tested. Without content knowledge, your chances of passing, let alone doing well on the Step 1 exam, are slim to none. However, knowing the science doesn't guarantee a high score. You also need to be able to APPLY that knowledge to USMLE-style questions. And you need to make sure you can answer the questions in the allotted time! There is nothing more frustrating than running out of time on a standardized test. ... More

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