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First Aid USMLE
This annually updated review delivers a comprehensive collection of high-yield facts and mnemonics that pinpoint exactly what first aid step 1 need to know to pass the exam. Co-authored by medical students who recently took the boards, it provides a complete framework to help you prepare for the most stressful exam of your career.
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It would have been nice to have a nice deck of targeted flashcards to go through towards the end of study time. Stop waffling about what resources I should be using and just stick to the basics.
About half way through second first aid step 1, I began to focus less on the minute details presented in lectures and instead spent more time focusing on integration and application. My favorite thing to do for any given disease was to find a well written review article in NEJM or First aid step 1 that succinctly covered pathophysiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, and management.
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This is the type of first aid step 1 that will "stick" and is really what will be tested on Step 1. Furthermore, it is what will be important in the long run and will be of great aid on your clinical rotations as an M3.
If I could do it over, I would have studied with this way all year. I am in no means advocating foregoing Robbins.
It is an invaluable text for second year. I think that the Secrets book would have been better first because it's less comprehensive. I also would have gone back over the first aid step 1 I felt like I knew well closer to the exam.
I ended up spending more time on the things I didn't know well, and therefore did better in those areas than on first aid step 1 I knew well.
I would take it sooner. There is a sense of "think how much more I could learn in that extra week" but when it all comes down to it, I don't actually think that is the case.
First Aid for the USMLE Step 1: A Student-To-Student Guide by Tao T. Le
There is a finite amount of first aid step 1 to learn and after that it's just spinning your wheels and trying not to forget faster than you learn. I had three and a half weeks and two and a half to three weeks would have been adequate. I would have paid more attention to anatomy, public health and behavioral sciences.
first aid step 1 There were a number of questions on brachial plexus lesions, obesity, diabetes, and bioethics that were new to the boards this year and were "gimmes" if I had reviewed them.
BRS Behavioral Science is a must.
I'm not sure what to use for anatomy, but I would emphasize clinical correlations and imaging. If you know the BRS anatomy Q's then you should be good. Remember that pathology is of the utmost importance first aid step 1 it's probably only 65 percent of the test I would relax more before I started studying.
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