Study for the USMLE Step 2 CK

with AMBOSS

Get the  Resource Missing from Your Step 2 CK Prep

The USMLE Step 2 CK tests your ability to apply medical knowledge during real-life examination scenarios and is normally taken in the fourth year of medical school after you’ve completed your clerkships and NBME Shelf exams.

With over 2,000 Step 2 CK questions and corresponding Learning Cards, AMBOSS is the high-yield resource missing from your Step 2 CK study plan.

Students who study with AMBOSS are scoring 10 points higher than the national average. Users who answered at least 25% of the Qbank reported a score of 253, while users who answered at least 50% reported a score of 258. Learn more.

How Can AMBOSS Help You Study for Step 2 CK?

  • Crosslinked content keeps your studying centralized. Each Qbank question answer is linked to a corresponding Learning Card that covers the topic in question. You’ll learn not just why what’s right is right, but why what’s wrong is wrong.
  • Study during your downtime or on-the-go, even offline. Time management is a piece of cake with our Qbank and Knowledge apps for iOS and Android. Practice going through questions during anywhere from the clinic to your commute.
  • Enable the Highlighting Tool in any question stem or turn on High-Yield Mode in the Learning Cards to immediately see the most important information relevant for any topic. It’s condensed information that’s easier to recall on exam day.
  • Use real clinical data to get the big picture on any disease or condition. Both the Qbank and Knowledge Library feature charts, X-rays with overlays, videos, SmartZoom samples and other images that illustrate key points on different topics.

Students who study with AMBOSS are scoring 10 points higher than the national average. Users who answered at least 500 questions reported a score of 253, while users who answered at least 1,000 questions reported score of 258. Learn more.

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“I’ve been looking [for] different content to prepare for step 2 CK, and there’s plenty of it [all] over the web, but few to none other have all the tools and shortcuts in one place that let you save time when reviewing.”

Jaime A. P. P. Medical Student