In order to succeed on the USMLE Step 1 review you must be able to demonstrate the mastery and integration of Basic Science concepts. Becker provides you with exam-relevant high-yield content taught by our accomplished faculty who have decades of medical and USMLE experience.
Becker Professional Education's USMLE Step 1 Guide MD is a flexible self-study tool that jump starts your exam prep and establishes you path for success - all at your own pace! Our subscription-based Guide MD program curriculum equips you with the information and study materials needed to focus your efforts on the Step 1 exam. Includes Becker's QMD: Advanced USMLE Question Bank.LEARN MORE
The USMLE® Step 2 CS (Clinical Skills) exam tests your interpersonal and clinical skills using standardized patients to assess your ability to gather information from patients, perform relevant physical examinations, and communicate your results to patients and colleagues. The USMLE® Step 2 CS examination is a full-day assessment of your clinical skills and your ability to care for, and communicate with patients. The best way to understand the exam, and your exam readiness, is to complete an assessment in a simulated exam environment, with standardized patients.
Becker Professional Education’s USMLE® Step 2 CS Assessment offers you the ability to complete a half-length simulated exam (4 ½ to 5 hours in duration) to experience the familiarity of the exam environment. You will meet with several standardized patients designed to assess your history-taking skills and physical exam skills. You will also be assessed on your ability to communicate your clinical impressions and working diagnoses with a patient.
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