USMLE Workshop for IMGs in China:
Strategies and tips to prepare more effectively for the Steps
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Content of the workshop
- The structure and logic of a USMLE question and how it differs from most questions one faces in local university exams.
- The best-researched and evidence-based study strategies that correlate with higher exam scores.
- Techniques on how to break down clinical-case-questions and consistently work out the correct answers using AMBOSS.
- Chance to learn directly from AMBOSS Physicians, who have written hundreds of NBME-style questions for AMBOSS, and to get an invaluable insight into the exam from the exam-writers’ perspectives.
- All the attendees get the chance to get AMBOSS access at a heavy discounted price, through the special “Workshop attendees’ discount” initiative.
Is it for you?
- If you are preparing for or even considering the USMLE (or any other competitive exam with clinical-application-based MCQs)… then, YES.
- This workshop is meant to benefit any student – whether at the start of their preps or deep within the dedicated phase (trying to improve speed and efficiency for the exam itself), or anywhere in between.
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Reveal what’s important
Memorize the most important facts
by turning on built-in highlights, to scan
and focus on relevant information.
Retain more information using thousands
of charts, x-rays and images with digital overlays
that illustrate key diagnostic points, structures
Stuck? Get clues for approaching the questions,
and develop skills not just in finding correct answers
but in creatively defining your solutions.
Organize a personal study plan that
synchronizes questions and Learning Cards,
allowing you to test your knowledge and
expand it, all in one place.
Sort custom Qbank sessions by difficulty
level, and reveal statistics about how others
answered so you can compare scores.
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If you have any questions about using AMBOSS at your university or with your colleagues, feel free to send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org