AMBOSS Campus Trial
for David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
M3 medical students in clerkships may access AMBOSS for free until February 15th, 2020, to support with clerkships and USMLE® exam prep.
Below, you’ll find important information about AMBOSS, how to use the free trial access, and frequently asked questions (FAQs). Check in with your Academic Support team for more information.
How to start your access
1. Create an AMBOSS account, or go ahead and log in to your existing account if you already have one set up.
2. Click on the “Account” icon in the left dashboard panel. On the right side of the page, click “Renew Access.”
3. You’ll see the option to “Activate Code.” Enter the code that you received from your Academic Support Advisor. You’ll then have unlimited access to AMBOSS until February 15, 2020.
Learn More About AMBOSS for Individual Clerkships
Campus Trial FAQs
What does this Campus Trial mean?
With this campus trial you have unlimited access to both the Knowledge Library and the Qbank in AMBOSS for a limited time. You can use the trial access in an account you already have.
If I register for this Campus Trial, will my personal statistics (study summary) be deleted?
No, no need to worry! All your personal statistics will be retained in your account.
Is my access really free?
Yes! By activating the campus trial, you get complete, unlimited access for the university’s trial period, including all updates we release in to the AMBOSS platform. Your university organized together with us to create this opportunity for you.
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.
Who writes the medical content in AMBOSS?
The AMBOSS content is written by a team of over 50 physicians, using feedback from medical students. The editorial team ensures that each article meets our highest standards of quality with respect to content, structure and style. Entries are reviewed by at least three medical professionals and one copy editor before being published.
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