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Old 01-08-2016
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Default Save your money! FREE Step 2 CS guide.

Hi all,

First off, just wanted to say how awesome this forum is. It's helped me a lot during my own Step 1, 2CK and CS preparation.

I just wanted to let you guys know that as a senior medical student now I have my own blog, where I post tips/advice/guides for medical school and USMLE exams. I also wrote a 10+ page guide on how to study for the Step 2CS, based on my own experience and from what I've heard from others.

You DON'T NEED to spend thousands of dollars on commercial review courses to prepare for this exam. You are paying $1000+ already in fees, save the rest of your money! All you need is a friend willing to practice with you.

How this guide will benefit you:
  • learn what the best resources/books are for this exam
  • learn what the components of the exam are and what each component tests
  • overview of exam day
  • how EXACTLY to handle each case, from knocking the door all the way to the writeup
  • some frequent scenarios
  • and more

Even if you're not convinced and want to spend on a commercial review course, I encourage you to try out my guide first - it can't hurt.

I'd initially thought about selling it, but I am now giving it away for FREE. All you have to do is visit my blog, BlueScrubsMD.com, and sign up to the mailing list. You'll have the guide delivered to your email

Disclosure: I will also periodically email you about other tips and advice regarding the all the USMLE Steps.

Hopefully you guys find it useful
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Old 01-13-2016
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Hi all,

First off, just wanted to say how awesome this forum is. It's helped me a lot during my own Step 1, 2CK and CS preparation.

I just wanted to let you guys know that as a senior medical student now I have my own blog, where I post tips/advice/guides for medical school and USMLE exams. I also wrote a 10+ page guide on how to study for the Step 2CS, based on my own experience and from what I've heard from others.

You DON'T NEED to spend thousands of dollars on commercial review courses to prepare for this exam. You are paying $1000+ already in fees, save the rest of your money! All you need is a friend willing to practice with you.

How this guide will benefit you:
  • learn what the best resources/books are for this exam
  • learn what the components of the exam are and what each component tests
  • overview of exam day
  • how EXACTLY to handle each case, from knocking the door all the way to the writeup
  • some frequent scenarios
  • and more

Even if you're not convinced and want to spend on a commercial review course, I encourage you to try out my guide first - it can't hurt.

I'd initially thought about selling it, but I am now giving it away for FREE. All you have to do is visit my blog, BlueScrubsMD.com, and sign up to the mailing list. You'll have the guide delivered to your email

Disclosure: I will also periodically email you about other tips and advice regarding the all the USMLE Steps.

Hopefully you guys find it useful
when does it get sent? i am signed up but still not received anything. thank you for the help!!
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