USMLE Step 1 Success Starts with the Primer Video Series

Plan, Prepare, Perform on USMLE Step 1

Are you searching for your Step 1 study strategy? Not quite sure how to add board prep into your extensive medical school schedule? Good news, you’re already on the right track by researching your best resources. To help you achieve your highest USMLE score in a structured yet flexible style, the Doctors In Training Step 1 Review Course is delivered as three simple components – Primer, Part 1 and Part 2. Let’s discuss Primer! Continue reading

How to Use Doctors In Training Part 1 and Increase Your Step 1 Score!

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The Part 1 questions are in mixed mode to help you break away from thinking of the basic sciences by topic and to begin thinking of them as a whole – integrating concepts and applying information across subjects. This organizational approach also helps you practice switching from topic to topic (switching cognitive sets) as you will be required to do on your Step 1 exam. Continue reading

Residency Interview Season, by the Numbers

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I’m a 4th year med student who has just finished interviewing for Emergency Medicine residencies, and Doctors in Training has kindly agreed to let me share some of my experiences. I’ll be the first to admit that interview seasons can be exhausting and stressful; however, I had a wonderful time on some of my interview trips. I hope that some of these tips will help you do the same! Continue reading