Posts by: Anna Piazza

#AnatomyOfAResident: How to Prepare for Residency Interview Questions

There are plenty of ways to shine during your residency interviews. Nowadays, its making sure you ...

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On the Wards: The Unwritten Rules of Clerkship Etiquette

You’re kicking off your clerkships this year, and there’s plenty to finally sink your teeth into as ...

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Study for the USMLE® Step 1 With Our Summer Crash Course

Disclaimer: The AMBOSS High-Yield Summer Crash Course 2020 has ended but the study plan is still ...

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Preparing for the Clinic from Home

Simply put, clerkships are exciting. After years of arduous coursework, you get to apply your ...

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USMLE® Step 1 and Step 2 CK Question Changes in 2020

Update: With COVID-19 causing board exam postponements, the changes slated for mid-2020 ...

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Interview: Talking with Glutanimate

It was so exciting to launch the AMBOSS' add-on for Anki last year, but we couldn't do it alone. ...

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“How to Take USMLE®️ Step 1” Webinar Series

When you're seeking out trustworthy guides on how to take the USMLE®️ Step 1 exam, there are plenty ...

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Watch the Live Talk: How to Excel in M1

You’re so ready. You’ve been waiting for med school to start for months, even years, and the dream ...

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Average 2018 USMLE® Step 1 Match Scores by Medical Specialty

Back in February, just as many of you were about to embark on a several-month adventure to study ...

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How to Order Your Clerkships

M3 is the year you’ve been waiting for. It’s finally your chance to be in the clinic, put your ...

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USMLE Step 2 CK: What You Need to Know

How different is it to prepare for the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Knowledge, or CK, exam, from Step 1? ...

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