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This Qbook includes a Test-Taking and Strategy Guide, followed by 850 USMLE Step 1 style-questions divided into test blocks of 50 questions each. All questions represent only the current USMLE Step 1 formats. Each test is followed by comprehensive explanations of both the correct answer choices, as well as all the wrong answer choices (distractors). By reviewing why each distractor is incorrect, you learn more than just the answer to that one question; you learn the infomation needed to answer multiple similar questions on the same topic. You’ll also appreciate how the exam is constructed, and you’ll begin to feel a greater sense of control over the exam The key to exam day success is controlling the exam and not letting it control you!
Begin by reading the ﬁst-Ming and Strategy Guide on pages 5—47. Use the strategies and approaches outlined as you work through the tests in this Qbook. Also reread the ﬁnal sections of this guide (pages 33-47) as your exam approaches. This section gives you great advice on what to do during the weeks leading up to the exam,as well as on test day itself. Finally, advice on how to use the FRED“ software interface can be found on pages 35-36.
After Completing Subject Area Review
We recommend that you wait until you complete your review of a subject area before taking an exam. There are two exams each in Anatomy, Behavioral Science, Biochemistry, Microbiology! Immunology, Pharmacology, and Physiology. Because of the increasingly clinical nature of the exam, we have included ﬁve tests covering pathology and pathophysiology. Take each exam in the allotted one-hour time frame and don’t look at the answers until you’ve completed a test. (Note that standard lab values are given for easy reference on pages 455 to 456.)
After Completing the Questions in This Book
When you have completed all the exams in this book and are with in a few weeks of your test date, take the online simulated exam (access is available through your home page at kaplanmedical.com). One additional simulation is also available on computers in the Kaplan Medical centers (simulations are included in the tuition of some Step 1 prep courses). If you’d like practice with over 2,100 additional questions before taking any simulated exams please consider opening a Qbank account at kaplanmedical.com.
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