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Really appreciate your help! Hope you are still taking great photos. That was where Picmonic saved my behind. I ask because this is all I can imagine doing since I don’t plan on taking a paid course.

Thank you for the awesome post btw! I look forward to reading more.

The things I would do during the tutorial were adjust my seat, adjust the monitor for brightness and contrasts, and check to make sure the headphones were working and that the proper volume was set. Jessica Brown July 29, at 3: This decreases the time spent 5thh for values and allows for more efficient use of your time.

What I did was go through 25 random timed questions without thinking too, too hard to get my brain going and…this is very important, without looking to see if I got the correct answer. I know some students chose not to focus too much time on biostats and ethics I also suggest you look through the tutorial on usmle.

For instance, cmmmrs I were reading on nephrology from said material, I would only do questions from nephrology in UW select all for main divisions, select renal in sub divisions. You can refer to my neuroscience 2nd term advice posts for some additional information.

I sometimes wish I had also read Rapid Review in its entirety during 4th term pathology. I made the mistake of taking UWSA 2 at midnight to prevent myself from falling too far behind.

You are officially done with the basic sciences and have one last hurdle before beginning your clinical training. I personally would find it difficult to fully comprehend and master 5 terms worth of knowledge in such a short span of time. I spent a decent portion of my time each day in term 5 reading First Aid FA. I remember constantly questioning myself…where do I even begin…am I going about this the correct way? I will say this however…I had a couple of questions on the actual Step that I would not have ever gotten if I did not review the NBME practice examinations.


I found about a dozen mistakes made throughout the videos and e-mailed them about those. This is of paramount importance because it further reinforces ideas, forces you to cmmmrs them down, and to think about details you would normally gloss over. I ask because I’m anxious I won’t be able to go through all the questions before the term ends at the rate I am going.

Topics with more rote memorization should be placed towards the second half of your studies. If I could go back, I would have listened to his lectures another time.

I am unable to provide any personal opinions on the quality of Kaplan videos.

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Katherine September 13, at 9: Treating the Step like a marathon instead of a sprint, will not only keep you sane, but will also improve your self-discipline, morale, and overall retention span of the hard-earned knowledge. I had my moments of self-doubt, low morale, and mild depression.

It seriously felt like I was at home doing another another block of questions. Great post, really needed to be said for a long time now. Each question you do consist of multiple choices along with detailed explanations as to why each choice is incorrect, then going further and explaining what that answer choice mean in the context of the question…. I heard a lot of students doing that, saying they wanted to save the best questions for last since it most closely reflected the actual Step.

You want to know what the temperature is like, noise level of surrounding area, space allocated for your food, where restrooms are located, where to request your computer station I suggest away from the doorhow the seats feel, and all the ins and outs of the place so there would be no surprises when you arrive for game day.


Walk the journey, learn from each and every one of your mistakes, and emerge a champion. I strongly believe that preparation for this examination begins during the first day of school and that your Step 1 studying, for the most part, should be a review of things learned along the way.

USMLE Sample Step 1 Study Schedule

It took about a day or so to annotate the answers deition First Aid. I had initially decided to stay in Grenada because I had a specific routine that I adhered to on a daily basis. Anonymous January 9, at 6: I had a few questions that consisted of blank boxes with arrows and to understand the question, I had to cmmre either the enzymes or the products.

I purchased a review course early on because I needed some structure to my studies.

USMLE Sample Step 1 Study Schedule

I did not read this book from cover to cover. Allocate more time to your weaker subjects and less to your stronger ones. The notes were well-written and presented in an organized manner. I began spending additional time towards the last third of the course looking for mistakes and finding them. Hi Anonymous, Learning the neurological lesions can be tricky. Its opportunity are so fantastic and working style so speedy.

You must believe in yourself and everything that you have accomplished thus far.

Please thank Brian for this wonderful post. Mahesh MSA March 1, at 1: Anonymous March 3, at 8: I also schedule out my breaks for this exam. The main details you need are clinical.

However, after asking a handful of students who decided to supplemental their knowledge with an outside source, the consensus was BRS Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Genetics, and Rapid Review Biochemistry by Goljan. Carolyn Taylor March 16, at 4: