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Default 4 Easy Steps to Pass USMLE Step 2 CS

USMLE Step 2 CS is known as the easiest step among all USMLE other steps. This is correct if you know what you are going to do in the exam. This step is pass/fail exam, means no numerical score for this step. Step 2 CS uses standardized patients ( actors ) to evaluate your ability to take history, to do a proper physical examination and to communicate with your patients. You will be tested on twelve ( 12 ) cases. You will have fifteen ( 15 ) minutes with the standardized patient ( SP ) and ten ( 10 ) minutes to type patient notes for each case. According to my self experience and communication with those who passed the test and those who failed it, I came up with these 4 steps to help you pass the USMLE Step 2 CS.

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I cleared my cs on the second try. My honest advice is to use the bible standard. Csevideo 2016 not the utube ones they are outdated. Use the subscription on the site. I got the diamond three month and got diamonds on my exam. Fa new Ed is exactly the same to the videos practice each case and you will do very well it's just two step. If you have questions I can answer I am off now because I am nursing a newborn and have time to help.
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