Guide to US Residency
Good book for medical student want to become a residency in The US “As you enter medical school, make a resume. That way you’ll know how much work you need to do in order to gear yourself up. Your resume should not exceed two pages. First and second year of medical school is the best… (0 comment)

NBME Clinical Mastery Series With Explanations [Collection]
Below are download links to the NBME Clinical Mastery Series (CMS). All of NBME CMS content has been uploaded for the ease-of-access and downloading. These forms include detail explanations. We hope you find this post useful! The NBME Clinical Mastery Series conclude following areas: Internal Medicine Surgery Family Medicine Pediatrics Psychiatry Clinical Neurology Emergency Medicine… (0 comment)

NBME Step 2 USMLE [Collection]
NBME Self-Assessments The NBME provides a variety of web-based self-assessments to US and international medical students and graduates. Rather, the material presented in this self-assessment is provided by the NBME for educational purposes only. The self-assessments are not intended to predict performance on the United States Medical Licensing Examination or NBME subject examinations. Rather, the… (0 comment)

Surgical Recall 8th Ed 2018
Written in a rapid-fire question-and-answer format, Surgical Recall is a best-selling, high-yield reference for clerkship students. Covering both general surgery and surgical subspecialties, this portable resource provides accurate, on-the-spot answers to the questions you’re most likely to encounter during your rotations and on the shelf exam. The eighth edition—now in full color—distills the content even… (0 comment)

Khan Cases Medical Ethics 101
Khan’s Cases Medical Ethics 101 Here are a number of legal principles (autonomy, beneficence, substituted judgment, end-of-life issues, abortion, etc) which are necessary to understand in order to succeed. Such principles are important both for medical students and practicing physicians alike. All questions are questions that are very likely to appear on the boards and… (0 comment)

“Each chapter of medical education is marked by examinations—course exams, shelf exams, board exams, practical exams, licensing exams—all of which strive to recreate the patient and the disease. A large emphasis in medical education is placed on making these examinations more like real patient encounters. The majority of board examinations are compiled of traditional multiple… (0 comment)