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Test Day tips for USMLE

While the multiple choice format is not uncommon during our training years, an 8 hour multiple block exam is different, it needs some kind of strategy to keep yourself focused and fresh during your whole test day,  while at the beginning of a test session adrenaline can keep you up to s... read more

November 9th, 2015 0 Comments

Tips for studying USMLE STEP 1

The first exam in the series is always the most extensive to prepare, even a marathon needs some strategy so with that in mind here’s a list of tips to make your preparation easier:   1- Pick a date. Things just got serious, when you pick a date for your exam even... read more

November 6th, 2015 0 Comments

Mind Control for USMLE

The thought process is a subject that is rarely discussed and one that can have a powerful effect in your performance during a standardized test, in this case the steps, for many candidates the stress and anxiety builds up from what they are thinking minutes before they start doing the test a... read more

November 5th, 2015 0 Comments

Study strategies and advice for USMLE no. 2

  Continuing our previous blog on study strategies and advice for USMLE, We would like to continue recommending strategies for you to form your own strategy to tackle all the material for any Step, since having a strategy it’s important to your performance we are giving today some tips t... read more

November 4th, 2015 0 Comments

Improving On a weak USMLE SUBJECT

As part of your preparation for any USMLE exam, you should have a good strategy to increase your potential by preparing your weaker subjects and making them as strong as your favorite topic. Many students have made the same question how do I make a strong topic from a weak one, this week we w... read more

October 22nd, 2015 0 Comments

Patient and nutrition

    While preparing for your exams it’s good to keep in mind what your role will be in the not so far future, that being the person in charge of healing and recovery for delicate patients, no matter the specialty or age of your patients this will be your responsibility. ... read more

November 10th, 2015 0 Comments