By Ravish Amin Today’s e-learning management systems are tailored in ways that make them ideal for all types of degree programs. But, are they beneficial to med students?
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By Ravish Amin Wordstash offers a unique, scientifically-based method of studying high-yield medical terms. Students can group medical terms similar to flashcard apps but with a focus on definitions.
By Ravish Amin The Pretest Neurology USMLE Review App for iPhone has around 500 USMLE Step2 CK-focused questions following content from PreTest: Neurology, 7th edition. As with the Pretest series, the questions are multiple choice in vignette format along with matching high yield concepts. Both correct and incorrect […]
By Vamsi K. Kancherla As your clerkship year comes to an end, you may have considerable difficulty deciding upon your career choice and may elect to do some rotations during your 4th year at your home institution. This, however, doesn’t tell you much about how your residency experience […]
By Walter Wiggins Relax…the word that keeps popping up in my Study Tips posts. It’s one of the biggest issues that arise toward the end of the preclinical years of medical school. That is, stress and burnout are a big problem in the weeks leading up to Step […]
By Ravish Amin FIRST AID for the Step 2 CS provides unique benefits for students because world class authors have written content specifically for clinical boards. The content is organized by system and contains high yield facts essential for reviewing medical concepts.
By Ravish Amin Katzung & Trevor’s Pharmacology High Yield Review app for iPhone has 748 unique questions and 600 flashcards reviewing pharmacology terms and high yield concepts.
By Vamsi K. Kancherla Match week has arrived and the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) has kicked it off with “Black Monday.” If you don’t match, you’ll need to make some important decisions. Let’s take a look at the reasons you may not have matched and what you […]
By Ravish Amin I enjoy developing web applications using the content management systems (CMS) Drupal and WordPress. Both CMS applications provide scalable architecture on the LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, PHP, MySQL) and are maintained by a tremendous network of developers contributing to enhancing web development.