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Default Seven Most Effective Strategies For USMLE Step 1

he USMLE Step 1 exam is the most stressful, toughest, and important test you will take in your medical career. Step 1 aims to test your ability to apply your knowledge reserve of preclinical subjects to find out the correct solution to the given health problem. In this article, I will be sharing the seven most effective strategies for scoring high in USMLE Step 1.

1. Fewer Resources Equal Better Scores
I appreciate the fact that the USMLE Step 1 exam covers a great deal of information. Many students make the mistake of choosing additional resources, wasting a lot of their time. In the end, they havenít mastered any single resource essential to pass their exam.

You donít need to cram each bit from every book available out there. By choosing additional resources, you have less time to focus on the essential resources.

These are the three most essential Step 1 preparation resources, used by more than 90% of students.

First Aid for USMLE Step 1
UWorld
NBME exams
These Step 1 resources are time-proven to be very useful and cover more than ninety percent of the questions you are most likely to see on your Step 1 exam.

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