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In Stock. Having just begun preparing for Step I May 29 is the day! And by newest copy, I'm referring to the actual physical text, not the Kindle version. I've been working with the edition, but picked up the edition as I plan on doing Doctor's In Training , and they require the most up-to-date text.
I haven't read the book through in earnest yet, but from my quick skimmings, what I have noticed is that most of the content is very similar to the edition, except that the HUGE list of errata from the edition has been corrected. Other than that, you'll find a few picture tweaks here and there, but nothing major.
I did notice the cover is made of a newer material this year, which is much hardier than previous editions, Add to cart. Only 6 left in stock - order soon. Good study guide, it has alot to help you better understand the topic.
Currently unavailable. This book has it separated into little chomp measured pieces. See All Buying Options. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Better than the 8th edition which I also own. More algorithms, easier to read, more mnemonics and hints in the margins. Would recommend purchasing even if you own the 8th edition, which came out in Three years is a long time in terms of the Step and I don't want to risk missing out on any new facts.
I still don't like the overall formatting, which is not in the exact style of the classic First Aid For Step 1 book. However, still lacking in spelling out what the "next best step" would be in most cases. Would still need to buy MTB 2 to complement this book. Only 3 left in stock more on the way. Outstanding EM clerkship text for any rotating student, including those interested in applying to EM residents. Highly recommended!
Only 5 left in stock - order soon. I am an RN who works in a trauma hospital, this helped me a lot in the fast paced routine we have and to consciously consider a lot of stuff in taking care of my patients. It helped me to be better and better with my practice especially on the important things to watchout for per patient condition.
Labs to do, expected symptoms and the things we need to prevent. Awesome book! I highly recommend this. I'm a first year med student and I bought this book when we had our anatomy course. I didn't really use it much during the class because our school doesn't really emphasize clinically relevant anatomy and it was not detailed enough.
However, I decided to review anatomy over winter break and it's proving to be very useful for that. I'm learning lots of clinical information and it's presented in a simple way, allowing me to fly through pages fairly quickly. The review of anatomy is thorough but not invested in detail which I love.
I'm reading the review book in combination with looking at Netter's since the images in the book are not great , and it's working wonderfully. Not sure how this book prepares you for boards but I'll probably read through it a few more times before my dedicated study period. Dedic-hagan Viewbank, Victoria, AU. Great little book to help you get some study done anywhere, any time. I carry it with me to playgrounds, read it in our backyard and while supervising my bous in thier bath.
Having said that - just as the book itself suggests, it is a reivew aid, not a primary text. Hernandez USA. I highly recommend this book, they are short, easy to read and they have good practice questions after each chapter to test your knowledge on the subject. As a second year medical school student about to take Step 1, there is advice coming from everyone and everywhere, but with no dependable results.
This book not only helps explains a great way to study for Step 1, but allows the student to be more confident while studying. Pathology, 2nd edition Deja Review. It focuses on key words, associations, and repetition. Learn this book, and you'll learn your Pathology course of the M2-year. Plus, it comes in handy for boards as well. Highly recommend this book and actually the entire series of books.
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In Stock. Having just begun preparing for Step I May 29 is the day! And by newest copy, I'm referring to the actual physical text, not the Kindle version. I've been working with the edition, but picked up the edition as I plan on doing Doctor's In Training , and they require the most up-to-date text. I haven't read the book through in earnest yet, but from my quick skimmings, what I have noticed is that most of the content is very similar to the edition, except that the HUGE list of errata from the edition has been corrected.
Unpopular Opinion: Don’t Repeat UWorld
The old adage has been two months for Step 1, two weeks for Step 2, 2 pencil for Step 3. Step 3 is a normalized test, and because all residents put less effort into studying, you simply need to do less work to achieve the same score. If you only plan to dedicate weeks part-time studying which is typical , then all you really have time for is USMLEWorld. Forgo the books. Besides, UW now has an iOS app so you can do questions while your attending prattles on rounds. However, know that none of the entries from the classic series are really as good as their previous Step counterparts.
The Final “Step” – How to Efficiently Tackle the USMLE Step 3
When studying for the USMLE step 1 there are some universal tenants that pervade though medical students beliefs. Among the resources held in the highest regard, the most sacred of all is the UWorld question set; for good reason. The questions included in that test bank are the best written, most well thought out questions that you can find in a database. However, the actual knowledge contained within the database is no better than that found within any of the other databases USMLE-Rx, Kaplan, etc. For this and other reasons, do not repeat the UWorld Qbank. While the one of the biggest mistakes a med student could make in their Step 1 studying is not finishing the UWorld Qbank, equal contempt should be given to those hoping to improve their scores with a time-consuming second pass. Such students likely have missed the unique and most important aspect of this incredible resource.
Download USMLE UWORLD STEP 3 Version 2016 Download Free (Direct Links)
Unlike Step 2CK and Step1, where you have focused significantly on preparing theory concepts for multiple choice questions, you will have to now focus on understanding how real life case scenario works on pre-designed software. Most of these failures occurred due to lack of excellent performance on the CCS. It is important that you practice on the original exam software that you can download from www. This is the exact software you will take your exam on.