First Aid for the USMLE Step 2: A Student to Student Guide
This work provides a resource for the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step. It contains information on: how to prepare for the exam (including test-taking strategies); help for foreign medical graduates (including licensure, steps one and two, residencies, visa options, and resources); a pre-clinical primer reviewing high-yield, clinically-relevant basic science facts; and facts organized by system that cover the core fund of knowledge tested on the exam.
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Defining Your Goal
Residencies and the IMG
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First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 1996: A Student-to-student Guide
Vikas Bhushan,Tao Le,Chirag Amin
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