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Hello from Pastest!

We are delighted to offer you our USMLE Step 1 Qbank with FULL FREE ACCESS until 31 August, 2018 available HERE.

What does the Qbank include?
  • 2100+ high-yield questions: written by expert physicians and students from leading U.S. medical schools
  • Detailed, dynamic explanations: instantly display the information you need to know
  • First Aid references: questions cross-referenced to the 2016, 2017 & 2018 versions of the popular textbook
  • Bite-sized videos: from Yale and Harvard physicians integrated into some explanations to reinforce key concepts
  • Contextual Clues: new feature designed to hone your test taking skills - shown in the video below
  • User-friendly interface: elegant and intuitive UI which takes USMLE test prep to the next level
  • Pastest USMLE app: to help you fit your test prep around your busy schedule. Our app is available through the Apple App Store and Google Play

Why choose Pastest's USMLE Step 1 Qbank?

Our features and innovations ensure your exam prep time is as effective and efficient as possible. Our Qbank contains First Aid 2018 references, and our many Qbank features such as Contextual Clues - shown in the video below - mean you will learn quickly. To find loads more reasons to choose us, SIGN UP to our subscription for free.

What are contextual clues?

One of the most important test taking skills required for the Step 1 exam is the ability to identify the most pertinent information in the patient-centered vignette. With Contextual Clues, once you have answered a question in Tutor Mode, the most critical pieces of information in the vignette that are needed to arrive at the answer will be highlighted!

Watch the short video below to see Contextual Clues in action!

How can I check on my performance?

From the first question you answer you will be able to prepare efficiently with immediate access to key performance data in the subscription dashboard. This instant snapshot shows how you've improved so far and highlights specialties that need more work.

The Performance Dashboard provides more detailed data that will enable you to benchmark yourself against your peers and see your performance across the full range of USMLE Step 1 exam specialties.

If it's free what's the catch?

There is no catch and we don't take card details, so there's no hidden charges. We have simply started with a free subscription so we can see what our customers think of the Qbank. Check it out HERE.

What do customers think of Pastest's Qbank?

We've had some really positive feedback so far and our Qbank is now used in 95% of US medical schools. We are sure you will love it too!

Here are a few reviews from our customers:
"I prefer the Pastest USMLE Step 1 Qbank over other resources - even ones for which I paid a decent amount of money. It requires more critical thinking, which is always a good thing." David Long - Ohio University
"It’s amazing, I think it’s great to have another competitor out there with the same value as all of the big and old names which are way too expensive for a foreign graduate to afford. I like it. It’s a great product" - Jean Marc Mathurin
"After taking my USMLE Step 1 and receiving my score, I realized that my success was attributed to the Pastest Qbank. Pastest provided case based questions that simulated actual test day questions and the wide range of questions prepared me for the topics on the USMLE Step 1. I would highly recommend the Pastest Qbank for medical students completing their school courses and studying for USMLE Step 1" Connor Zale - Penn State College of Medicine
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