Becker’s eCoach USMLE® Step 1 Self-Study Review Course

Becker’s eCoach gives you the flexibility and the freedom to study whenever and wherever it’s convenient for you.

Becker's eCoach brings high-yield Step 1 topics to life by combining our updated curriculum with the latest trends in technology through an interactive series of eBooks. Take advantage of over 200 hours of multimedia instruction from expert faculty, including video introductions, animations and graphics, summaries and audio lectures.

With Becker’s eCoach you’ll get:

  • Flipbook technology lets you highlight, underline and take notes as lectures are playing
  • Fastplay mode lets you view annotated audio lectures at regular, 1.5x and 2x speed
  • Full-color illustrations, embedded motion graphics and 3D animations demonstrate complex concepts1
  • Frequently updated content ensures that the curriculum covers the most relevant high-yield topics
  • Includes all Basic Science subjects, Anatomy, Neurology, Behavioral Science, Biochemistry, Genetics, Physiology, Microbiology, Immunology, Pharmacology and Pathology
  • Also includes 2 NBME Exams to assess your progress and help you focus your remaining study time
  • Access to Becker’s Step 1 Question Bank, providing content-rich practice questions for exam-readiness2
  • Optional full set of hardcover textbooks3
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Supported platforms are Windows and Mac OS devices.

  1. Currently available in Behavioral Science, & Immunology/Microbiology.
  2. Access to Becker’s Step 1 Question Bank will match time period of eCoach purchase
  3. $50 fee to ship textbooks within the U.S. $150 fee to ship textbooks outside of the U.S.

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“…Becker’s eCoach is so convenient…turn to a page that has a difficult concept for you & listen to a professor talk just on that subject. It's really nice to be able to break studying into 2 - 5 minute segments...I've also really enjoyed Drs. Daugherty & Miller…very easy reads, but they still give you all the necessary information; this combination makes studying much less stressful and much more efficient!”

—Lauren Bryant, Ross University School of Medicine