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Let’s Rock Step 2 CS: A Starter Guide
Posted by Zach Davidson

The USMLE Step 2 CS exam inspires a sense of dread amongst many medical students. I certainly remember feeling intimidated when I began to study for it. After all, it has a drastically different format from other USMLE exams. But despite the controversies surrounding the Step 2 CS exam, it seems it will remain a requirement for US medical residency programs for the foreseeable future. So, if you are starting the process of preparing for CS, you have come to the right place.

Learn Your Learning Style to Maximize Your Med School Study Power
Posted by Zach Davidson

I remember the pure joy of realizing I could now pursue my dream of becoming a doctor, the acceptance phone call I got from the dean of admissions followed by the excitement of telling my friends and family. But as my school start date crept towards me, anxious thoughts started to swirl in my mind. How would I possibly learn the sheer volume of material that I would soon face? I asked this question to a few people on the interview trail, and still recall what one wise, grizzled 4th year shared with me, "Medical school is not any harder than the courses you took in college, in fact in many ways the material is easier -- physics, organic chemistry, and on -- you won’t encounter any subject close to that difficult in class. The hardest part is the volume. It really does feel sometimes like ‘drinking from a fire hose."

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