USMLE


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USMLE

abbreviation for United States Medical Licensing Examination®.

USMLE

United States Medical Licensing Examination Graduate education
A 3-step examination required for medical licensure in the US, sanctioned
by the Natl Bd of Medical Examiners and Federation of State Medical Bds.
See Off-shore medical school, USFMG. Cf FLEX.
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Each topic includes 10 USMLE questions, and registrants can interact with the authors via the MOOCs "Ask the Authors" tab.
All West Virginia medical schools require successful completion of either the USMLE Step 1 (MD programs) or COMLEX 1 (DO programs) prior to being promoted to year 3 of their medical education.
To our knowledge, there are no studies in the literature specifically looking at USMLE step 1 results as indicators of board success in pathology.
Although we can fairly explain why USMLE step 1 is a good predictor of ABP pass rate, there are some substantive questions that still remain, like how important is the "hard" USMLE score in predicting ABP performance, and should it trump other, perhaps "softer," selection criteria?
This study guide presents 40 patient-encounter cases simulating the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills Exam.
The first 1,000 AMSA student attendees who visit the Elsevier booth (#18-19) will receive a complimentary three-month subscription to USMLE Consult (http://www.
The correlation between USMLE step 1 scores and average OITE percentile is summarized in Table 1.
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Brochert's crush Step 2; the ultimate USMLE Step 2 review, 4th ed.
First Aid for the USMLE Step 1, 2011 provides a fine student-to-student guide packed with advice from students who aced the 2010 exam, and offers a format filled with frequently tested facts, a 24-page insert of images, student ratings of over three hundred review products on the market, and charts, graphs and formulas.
of Pennsylvania) provides a guide for third-year medical students and interns transitioning from the classroom to internal medical rotations that covers the information needed for working up patients, evaluating common diagnoses, and preparing for Step 2 and Step 3 USMLE exams.
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