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    Unified Content Outline for the USMLE

    By meliza / February 26, 2014

    A¬†unified content outline, which provides a common organization of content across all USMLE examinations, has been developed. The unified content outline consists of 18 sections. Fourteen of these sections primarily correspond to organ systems; the remaining four sections are General Principles; Multi-system Processes and Disorders; Biostatistics, Epidemiology/Population Health, and Interpretation of the Medical Literature; and […]

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      Milestone Part II

      By askdoc / August 9, 2012

      Hello everyone. First, I would like to thank you my readers for visiting my blog. It’s been over 4 years since I started my blog in April, 2008 and it has been a really good 4 years. I wrote my first milestone 4 months after I first started my blog. Now I am writing my […]

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        Review of USMLE Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK) minimum passing score

        By meliza / April 29, 2012

        As stated in the USMLE Bulletin of Information, the level of proficiency required to meet the recommended minimum passing level for each USMLE Step examination is reviewed periodically and may be adjusted at any time. Notice of such review and any adjustments are posted on the USMLE website. Every three to four years the Step […]

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          USMLE Score FAQs: Pass or Fail?

          By meliza / February 14, 2012

          USMLE score reports and transcripts show your scores (for Step 1, Step 2 CK, and Step 3) and an indication of whether you passed or failed (for all examinations). You will receive two different scores on the front of your report which basically reflects your overall performance on the examination: one on a 3-digit score […]

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