By Mark Ard [Editor’s note: This article was originally published in 2014 and has been updated to incorporate procedural changes and fee increases, as well as recent information from Prometric and the NBME regarding the COVID-19 outbreak.] 3/31/20 Update from USMLE, related to Prometric announcement about reopening test […]
We’ve rolled out a new feature in USMLE-Rx that will make it even easier to search First Aid. If you have Rx360 or Flash Facts, you can now go into the Browse First Aid section and search for the concepts and terms you’re looking for. In this video, […]
By Walter Wiggins Everyone should have a study schedule when preparing for any of the USMLE Step exams, particularly Step 1. No matter when you’re planning to take the actual exam, you should set aside time to organize your thoughts about how you want to proceed with studying. […]
Preparing for the USMLE Step 1 is one of the greatest challenges faced by a med student. Whether you’re an M2 heading toward your test date with destiny or an IMG/FMG who is chasing the dream of taking the Step 1, the journey often seems perilous. However, with the right mindset and the right approach, you can achieve your objective. But…you need to have a plan. That’s why we’ve introduced our new Rx Study Planner.
Here is a question dissection from our recent Secrets of the USMLE webinar, where we unpacked a set of cardiovascular questions. This question comes from the USMLE-Rx Step 1 Qmax question bank. If you want to try some questions for yourself, take USMLE-Rx for a 5-day test drive. […]
It’s no surprise that First Aid is used by every medical student because there is no resource like it. Most students will tell you that “if it’s in First Aid, you’re likely going to see it on the actual exam.” That’s because First Aid is essentially your blueprint […]
The new 2020 edition of First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 has published! And while each edition of First Aid is significant, this one is particularly special to us, since it’s the 30th anniversary edition. As Dr. Tao Le and Dr. Vikas Bhushan note in their foreword, […]
With the holidays upon us and block exams behind us, this is the perfect time to reflect on how far you’ve come and where you want to go in 2020. Are you starting medical school and wondering about the USMLE? Or are you flying through second year and […]
Are you one of the growing number of med students who will be attending AAMC’s Learn Serve Lead conference this weekend in Phoenix? Whether you want to learn more about Rx Bricks, hear about how USMLE-Rx prepares students for the boards, or simply get your photo taken with the senior […]
By Molly Lewis Pumpkin pie – one of my absolute favorite things! Memorizing biochemistry pathways – um, not quite as high on the favorites list…. However, combining the two = a palatable combination!