USMLE prep strategies for IMGs
Perspectives from a recently matched IMG
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Content of the workshop
- The structure and logic of USMLE questions and how they differ from the questions one faces during local university exams
- Study strategies, resource choices, and tips for better scores from a recent IMG who has recently successfully matched into US residency
- Techniques on how to break down clinical-case-questions and consistently work out the correct answers using AMBOSS
Dr. Janani Rajkumar
(Step 1 – 259; Step 2 – 263)
Matched to Pediatrics residency at Oregon Health & Science University
Dr. Ryan Colaço
Medical Editor &
IMG Affairs Manager – AMBOSS – Berlin HQ
- Chance to learn from the experience of an accomplished IMG who has scored high (260+) on the USMLE recently and has matched into US Residency.
- Chance to learn directly from an AMBOSS Physician, who has written hundreds of NBME-style questions for AMBOSS and can provide invaluable insight into the exam from an exam-writers’ perspective.
- 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, quite simply, YES!
- This workshop is meant to benefit any student – whether at the start of their preps, deep within the dedicated phase (trying to improve speed and efficiency for the actual exam), or anywhere in between.
How do I participate?
- The workshop will be done remotely and will be streamed to YouTube on the aforementioned date and time.
To participate, you will need to:
- Sign up for the workshop through this form
- After signing up, you will receive the details of the workshop (YouTube link, time and date), via email, to the email ID that you register with
- On the allotted time and date, please click on the YouTube link in this email and join.
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