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4 common mistake when you Studying USMLE Step 1

Make sure you’re not making one of the four common mistakes while preparing for the United States medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1. An expert gives advice for studying smartly. Four common USMLE Step 1 studying mistakes you should avoid: Before you review a topic, go over […]

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Changes to USMLE® 2015 – 2016

As medicine and medical education have changed over the years, so have USMLE examinations evolved since they were first administered in 1992. Download the full report What to do if you notice erectile issues view Beyond a certain point, Viagra will no longer be present in your […]

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Quick Note: Irregular Behaviour 

Do Put all personal belongings, including your cell phone and study materials, in the locker provided Access your personal belongings only during authorised breaks End your patient encounter and stop typing your patient Note as soon as announcements are made ( Step 2 CS only) Don’t Ask […]

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What Happens while you wait for your USMLE Scores?

  Step1,2 CK, AND 3 After testing, the examination data are delivered electronically to the NBME Examinee responses are converted into a raw score ( the sum of the points earned from correct scores) The raw score is converted into a three-digit score Analyses are performed to […]

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USMLE Examination Day and Testing

RULES OF CONDUCT!! When you apply to take the USMLE, you are agreeing to the following: 1. You are the person named on the scheduling permit for the examination. 2. You will not seek, provide, or obtain any form of unauthorized  assistance during the examination or during  […]

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USMLE Examination Result and Scoring

SCORE REPORTING – Score Availability Results for computer-based examinations (Steps 1, 2 CK, and 3) are typically available within three to four weeks after your test date. However, delays are possible for various reasons. In selecting your test date and inquiring about results, you should allow at […]

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USMLE Examination Fees

For Students and Graduates of Medical Schools in the United States and Canada Accredited by the LCME or AOA. Original Source: NBME Certain medicines can alter how long the effects of Viagra will last view I really like what you guys tend to be up too. This […]

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USMLE Bulletin of Information

The Bulletin includes information on all aspects of USMLE, such as eligibility requirements, scheduling test dates, testing, and score reporting. You must review and become familiar with the Bulletin before completing your application for USMLE Step 1, Step 2 (CK and CS), or Step 3. Download the PDF version of the […]

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Change in minimum passing requirements for Step 3

The recommended Step 3 minimum passing score will change from 190 to 196. This change will affect examinees whose first day of testing is on or after January 1, 2016. As stated in the USMLE Bulletin of Information and as explained in a previous posting to the USMLE website, the minimum passing […]

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Eligibility For The USMLE Examinations

STEPS 1, 2 CK, and 2 CS – REQUIREMENTS Officially enrolled in, or graduate of, a US or Canadian medical school leading to the MD degree (LCME accredited), OR Officially enrolled in, or graduate of, a US medical school leading to the DO degree (AOA accredited), OR […]

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