Welcome to the AMBOSS Campus Trial
for MS2s at UT Health San Antonio!
UTHSCSA MS2 medical students receive
90 days of AMBOSS access
for clerkships and USMLE® exam prep during this free trial period sponsored by your school.
Below, you’ll find important information about AMBOSS, how to start the trial access, and frequently asked questions (FAQs).
How to activate your access
1. Log in / Create your AMBOSS account.
2. Click on the “Shop” icon on the left-hand side of your dashboard.
3. Select “UT Health San Antonio – MS2 Trial” from the dropdown under Campus License and the click on Campus License to send your request to join.
4. Follow the steps for verifying you are a member of UTHSCSA by providing your school email address in the format “@livemail.uthscsa.edu “and clicking the Campus License button again to submit. You should immediately receive an email with a confirmation link to complete your activation.
5. You’ll then have unlimited access to AMBOSS until May 17, 2020! You can confirm this by looking at your profile in AMBOSS.
Campus Trial FAQs
Who is AMBOSS made for?
AMBOSS is a learning system designed for your whole medical career. Medical students can use the library as an easily navigable reference tool for their clinical work and prep for Step and Shelf exams with an NBME-style Qbank covering USMLE® Step 1, USMLE® Step 2 CK & CS and core NBME® Shelf Exams.
What if I've recently purchased AMBOSS?
Lucky you! You’ll get both benefits. Your paid access will be paused during the trial period and your overall access period will be extended.
Is my access really free?
Yes! By activating the campus trial in your account, you get complete, unlimited access, including all updates we release in the next year to the AMBOSS platform. Your university organized together with us to create this opportunity for you.
What does this Campus Trial mean?
With this campus trial, you can tap in to unlimited access to both the Knowledge Library and the Qbank in AMBOSS for a limited time.
Happy to Help
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