Cracking the boards: USMLE step 1, Volume 1
Princeton Review, Jun 9, 1998 - Medical - 755 pages
This guide offers a thorough review of topics from the first two years of medical school. Because it is written by past and present medical students who know what it's like to study for the boards, Cracking the Boards USMLE Step 1 presents the material in the clearest, most easily accessible manner possible. It includes: a focused review of all the material you need to know for the exam, bolded key terms for easy reference, plus hundreds of labeled illustrations, the Princeton Review's proven score-raising approach for USMLE success, and, for invaluable test-taking experience, we've included a Windows and Macintosh CD-ROM with more than 400 test items covering all subject areas of the exam.
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