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I was happy with my Step 1 score, but planned to take Step 2 CK well before applying for IM residency, and to ultimately pursue a highly competitive sub-specialty, gastroenterology. I knew I had to make my Step 2 CK score count.

Four weeks after my test day, I received my results, and I was shocked. I scored a While many with high scores will say that the key to their success was sheer time and effort, I took a more strategic approach, which I believe allowed for my success on test day. This can be challenging because what you learn on the wards may not have any relevance to how you are assessed on the shelf. If you think about it, what you see and are taught on the wards is essentially random.

To do well on these exams, you need a comprehensive foundation, which in my case was built using UWorld and OnlineMedEd videos. A significant number of students use too many resources without reviewing any of them in sufficient depth. All the content you need to master for Step 2 CK can be found in the UWorld explanations, and OME is a great way to learn that content in a more efficient way. In addition to mastering content, test-taking technique is crucial for USMLE success, and unless you have the option of tutoring, the only way to hone these skills is through practice questions.

Take frequent, short minute breaks. Take a day off from studying periodically, exercise and maybe even meditate. For such an important exam, the change fees were money well spent, and ultimately everything worked out. The boards can cause extreme anxiety. But once you have a test date, try your best to stick to it, or you can find yourself constantly pushing back your test date and self-doubting, preventing the most efficient study plan, and risking burnout.

We all worry we might fail; I did, and I ended up getting a

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Do they withstand rational scrutiny? However, med student forums still give me pangs of anxiety, with all of their distress and breathless dogma. If you can brave forums without getting palpitations, share it in the comments and I will update this article. This is perhaps the most common advice I heard as a medical student. I ignored it. Why does everyone tell you to repeat UWorld?


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Qbank provides cumulative reporting with continuously updated onscreen performance feedback that graphically displays performance by specialty and subspecialty. This performance display helps students to isolate and focus on their weaker areas, ensuring an effective study program. Qbank features: Over 2, questions. Incudes1, revised questions, 1 diagnostic, and 1 full-length simulated exam. Written by faculty, reviewed by high scorers. Full Explanations. Detailed explanations and recap summaries for all questions.


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