Monday, April 10, 2006


So you are about to start USMLE Exam preparation and not sure what all these Step 1, Step 2, Step 3 and CSA mean?
Try starting your journey from one of USMLE communities.

It will be much easier if someone who is having some experience with USMLE exam will walk you through the general requirements, books, video and audio that are helpful for preparation.

Try starting here:
This is the most popular USMLE discussion forum

or here:
This is the largest USMLE Step 1 Yahoo Discussion Group.

or here:
USMLE Step 1 consists of multiple-choice questions prepared by examination committees composed of faculty members, teachers, investigators, and clinicians with recognized prominence in their respective fields. Committee members are selected to provide broad representation from the academic, practice, and licensing communities across the United States and Canada. The test is designed to measure basic science knowledge. Some questions test the examinee's fund of information per se, but the majority of questions require the examinee to interpret graphic and tabular material, to identify gross and microscopic pathologic and normal specimens, and to solve problems through application of basic science principles.
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