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First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2017 PDF Free Download

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 First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2017 PDF Free Download 

First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2017 PDF Free Download
First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2017

Best students to students study guide with More than 1300 MCQ important notes that really need for you to pass step 1 SCORE YOUR HIGHEST ON THE USMLE(R) STEP 1 WITH HELP FROM THE WORLD’S MOST POPULAR MEDICAL REVIEW BOOK An unmatched collection of more than 1,300 must-know facts and mnemonics provide a complete framework for your USMLE(R) preparation This annually updated review delivers a comprehensive collection of high-yield facts and mnemonics that pinpoint exactly what you need to know to pass the exam. Co-authored by medical students who recently took the boards, it provides a complete framework to help you prepare for the most stressful exam of your career. Here’s why this is the ultimate USMLE Step 1 review:

First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2017 PDF Free Download

  • * All subject areas revised based on feedback from thousands of students
  • * Reviewed by nationally known USMLE instructor to ensure accuracy and relevance
  • * Hundreds of full-color illustrations clarify essential concepts and improve retention
  • * Valuable rapid-review section for last-minute cramming
  • * Detailed test-taking strategies to maximize your study time
  • * Expanded guide to high-yield USMLE Step 1 review resources, including mobile apps.

 

 

About  Tao LeTao Le, MD, MHS

Louisville, KY) is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Allergy and Immunology at the University of Louisville. Vikas Bhushan, MD (Los Angeles, CA) is a practicing diagnostic radiologist.Some students come to us saying they are “saving” First Aid for their dedicated study time a few weeks before the exam. Although First Aid is a high-yield review book, the 2014 edition has 583 pages of material! No one can completely learn First Aid in a few weeks (despite what fellow classmates might say), so it’s best to start early. Studying First Aid alongside your classes during your pre-clinical years is the best bet, and reviewing First Aid even after these classes end will help translate what you learned in each class to long-term memory for Step 1.

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