The examples below are from some of the more heavily edited pages in the 2019 edition of First Aid for the USMLE Step 1. It is intended to give students a sense of the scope of some of the revisions made between 2018 and 2019.
The new 2019 edition of First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 has published. This is THE resource that all medical students use to prep for the Step 1 exam. Why is it revised every year? To make sure that you are getting the content that reflects the […]
USMLE-Rx is very proud to announce the second grand prize winner of the Rx Challenge! Thousands of med students from around the world have entered to see why the questions from Step 1 Qmax are rated so highly when it comes to item quality. During the Rx Challenge, […]
We hope that you’ve successfully survived Finals Week! To celebrate, we’re sharing a recording of our recent webinar, Secrets of the USMLE: Learning How to Dissect Any Question on Test Day, in which Dr. Tao Le and Dr. Dan Griffin show you how to approach Step 1 questions. […]
By Richard A. Giovane, MD “Beep Beep Beep” went the alarm on my phone. It was 7 AM and the weather in Grenada looked like a perfect summer day, although it was January and my body had not adjusted from the Canadian winter just yet. My roommate and […]
Today’s Step 1 challenge comes from the respiratory section of Qmax and First Aid. Tell us what you’d find under the microscope as well as what led you to that conclusion. Bonus hearts ❤️ are given to those who can accurately dissect the question. We also wanted to […]
This week’s Step 1 inquiry is microbiological, as we turn our attention back to bacteria. Along with naming the biomolecule that brought about this collegiate patient’s condition, tell us what her underlying condition most likely is along with what caused it. Are you getting serious about Step […]
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See if you can handle our Step 1 Question of the Week. Earn bonus points by providing a diagnosis along with the reasoning behind your conclusion. Afterward, take the Rx Challenge and see why more med students are relying on USMLE-Rx for Step 1 prep. Each participant will […]
By Richard A. Giovane, MD Rain drops…hundreds of them hit the window with unrelenting force. The sky was a lifeless grey, like a patient euthanized after a code, while the sound of the Caribbean Sea slapping against the harsh coast reverberated in the library. It was second year […]