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 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:

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  • * 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

[author title=”” image=””]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. [/author]

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