USMLE Live Test Review
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Frequently Asked Questions
One of the most common questions students ask is when to start the review program.
We recommend starting the review program whenever you are ready to commit to intense studying for the boards.
For Step 1, taking the course right after Basic Sciences will enforce key concepts and guide you through your preparation. The course may seem more intense when taken earlier on, however this will pave the way for your preparation in a systematic integrated manner. This will facilitate the learning process throughout the remainder of your preparation.
If you completed Basic Sciences a long time ago you can use the course as a refresher to get back into focus. This is especially beneficial for students who have completed medical school and need to get back on track in order to do well on the USMLE™.
If you who have been studying intensly and choose to take the course towards the end of your preparation, this is tremendously beneficial because it ties all the pieces together and fortifies your knowledge ensuring better performance on the USMLE™.
It is preferable to start the USMLE™ STEP 2 review as soon as possible in your preparation. In addition to STEP 2, the program can be used to better prepare you for the subject shelf exams and the NBME® Comprehensive Clinical Sciences Exam. This will give you an edge in rotations in terms of pathophysiology, diagnostic skills, why certain tests are used, treatment and management.
The majority of students taking Omega Scholars Review program have seen dramatic improvement in their comp scores. However this was accomplished mainly when students matched every hour of lecture time with at least one hour of self study and a block of questions daily. For students who simply took the review course, their improvement was moderate.
No, Students are recommended to bring their own writing material and colored pens to produce their own notes. This way students are actively participating by designing diagrams, taking notes, and question and answer sessions. Every Student is highly recommended to have an active question bank subscription and a recent copy of First Aid for the USMLE Step 1, or MTB for Step 2.
This varies greatly from one student to the other. however, for students who actively attend the 6 week review program, study intensely and incorporate daily question bank sessions, an extra six weeks after the program completion should suffice.