How to Pass USMLE Step 3 Exam in First Attempt?

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How to Pass USMLE Step 3 Exam in First Attempt?

So today we will share the Study Plan that will make you able to clear your exam of USMLE Step 3 in First attempt.

These are Top Nine Books for USMLE Step 3 Exam:

1: Kaplan USMLE step 3 Lecture Notes

Consult Kaplan Step 2 CK Notes for topics you feel weak while going through these case notes along with Kaplan Step 3 Cases Videos (One can skip videos if not enough time) followed by Kaplan Step 3 Q Book.

Features

  • More than 250 in-depth cases covering every discipline you’ll need on this section of the boards
  • Organized in outline format for efficient study
  • Covers the most commonly seen chief complaints
  • Includes basic science correlates likely to be tested on the exam, patient management from the experts, patient safety, and population health.

2: Kaplan Medical USMLE Step 3 Qbook

Why this book is good for step 3?

  • Hundreds of exam-style questions in USMLE vignette format
  • Comprehensive and detailed explanations of the correct and incorrect answer choices
  • Coverage of the most exam-relevant subjects to help students prepare efficiently
  • Test-taking and study strategy instruction with expert perspectives on how to prepare for the exams
  • More practice questions with detailed answer explanations online

3: Kaplan Medical USMLE Master the Boards Step 3

This Book provides rapid and high yield review.

Features 

  • A logical step-by-step approach to management
  • An assessment of severity, prognosis, and next course of action for specific conditions
  • How to prioritize while managing, especially in emergency or acute cases
  • An outline of signs/symptoms and diagnostic or lab tests that signify the need for change in management approaches
  • An outlined follow-up schedule and necessary monitoring approach for specific patient circumstances

4: UWorld Step 3 QBank

UWorld gives Qbank and CCS practice separately.

Features

  • 1500 conceptual and high-yield USMLE Step 3 MCQs.
  • The only program to offer an interactive Clinical Case Simulation (CCS).
  • Each question has a detailed answer explanation with additional colorful illustrations and charts which make things easy-to-remember.
  • All questions have been prepared by renowned practicing physicians.
  • Support for all web-enabled devices i.e desktop, laptop, tablets and smartphones.

5: Kaplan Medical USMLE Master the Boards Step 2 CK

This Book provides very rapid and high yield review; not needed if already done for Step 2 exam.

Features

  • A logical step-by-step approach to patient care
  • An assessment of severity, prognosis, and next course of action for specific conditions
  • How to prioritize while managing, especially in emergency or acute cases
  • An outline of signs/symptoms and diagnostic or lab tests that signify the need for change in management approaches

6: Case Files Internal Medicine

This is a very good book; really helps refine your approach to step 3 clinical questions and ccs cases.

Features: 

  • 60 clinical cases, each with USMLE-style questions
  • Clinical pearls highlight key concepts
  • Primer on how to approach clinical problems and think like a doctor
  • Proven learning system improves your shelf-exam scores

7: USMLE Step 3 Triage: An Effective, No-nonsense Review

This Book is only needed if you need to strengthen your theory. This Book emphasizes high yield exposure to relevant facts, clinical tools, and authoritative guidelines that will be tested on the USMLE Step 3 exam. With its concise emphasis on the most tested subjects and no-nonsense approach to disease, this book is the only review you’ll need.

8: MKSAP 17

Published in 2015, MKSAP 17 helps you identify learning gaps, stay current, and gain the knowledge you need to provide the best possible patient care.

9: MKSAP 15 Medical Knowledge Self-assessment Program

This contains almost 1100 questions in CD-ROM.

“MKSAP 15” is specifically intended for physicians who provide personal, non-surgical care to adults, including: general internists and primary care physicians; subspecialists who need to remain up-to-date in internal medicine; physicians preparing for certification exams in internal medicine; and, physicians comparing their knowledge to that of their peers.

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