Join Dr. Tao Le (lead editor of the First Aid series), along with other members of the USMLE-Rx team for this free live workshop: Secrets of the USMLE: How to Dissect Any Question on Test Day. We’ll break down a series of USMLE-style questions to reveal the underlying […]
USMLE-Rx is very proud to announce the third 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, […]
The new 5th edition of First Aid for the USMLE Step 3 has published. It’s a one-stop guide to acing the Step 3 exam, providing busy residents with thousands of high-yield facts, mnemonics, and full-color visual aids, along with the reader-acclaimed “mini-cases” designed to help residents pass the […]
Modeled after the successful Step 1 book, the new 10th edition of First Aid for the USMLE Step 2 CK provides all the high-yield information you need to pass the Step 2 CK exam. An accessible bulleted presentation of must-know diseases and disorders, coupled with useful study aids like […]
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.
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. […]
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 […]
By Richard A. Giovane, MD “D”, I said to myself, the answer was clearly D. Hypoglycin A, the patient clearly had Jamaican Vomiting Sickness due to eating unripened ackee fruit. That last question sealed the deal with my biochemistry final and ended a long stretch of studying in […]
Announcing the Rx Challenge.