Wow, it would be great if we find such a statisticsDoes anybody have any statistics on which subject do most test-takers get wrong for?
Yes that feature will be really good. Just more stats on everything. Maybe also including things like : Whats the average time people take to complete a particular question. Then if you think that question is hard to you and you took very long to answer it, you can also see how fast other people answer that question and get it right.Wow, it would be great if we find such a statistics
I think the qbank providers can provide such statistics, like for example UWorld should know how many students got their microbiology questions correct?
As for the NBME, I think they will never release such information
I think Goljan or BRS are the usual ones for pathology review. But for pathophysiology, I used Lilly's Pathophysiology for Heart Disease for my cardiology. Just for understanding, too detailed for board review actually.I have heard that Pathology is the most difficult subject to cram, from almost everyone who has sat the USMLE, I'm surprised to see it is Immuno. I guess that means I should spend more time on it, with Regards to Pathology, does anyone have any recommendations for a Good Pathophysiology book for the USMLE step 1. I haven't been able to get my hands on one.
i m already so scared...abou pharma n ur post made me even more scared.. god help me...jus coz of pharma i have decided to give step 2 firstI just took my exam today and without doubt pharmacology was the most difficult - in fact the only difficult subject.
They keep coming up with all sorts of confusing graphs.. and no matter how strong your pharma is, the tendency for mistakes is always so high