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How to Create a Study Plan for Your Next Med School Exam

Everything they said about medical school is true. It’s fulfilling, rewarding, an amazing ...

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Average 2020 USMLE® Step 1 Match Scores by Medical Specialty

Update: The USMLE®  Step 1 exam switches to a Pass/Fail exam as of January 26, 2022. This means you ...

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How to Prepare for the USMLE® Step 2 CK Exam Changes

If you are set to take the USMLE® Step 2 CK in the near future, you are likely already aware of the ...

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

This year's AMBOSS High-Yield Summer Crash Course has now ended. If you're looking for more ways to ...

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Master 10 of the Toughest Step 2 CK Topics

Here at AMBOSS, we know just how busy the lead-up to the USMLE® Step 2 CK exam can be. With ...

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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 (CK) exam from Step 1? The ...

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A Letter From The AnKing: How to Master Anki

Dear future doctor,  Congratulations on your acceptance to medical school! You’re about to embark ...

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How to Use AMBOSS During Step 1 Dedicated

Studying for the USMLE® Step 1 exam usually culminates in a set period of time when test-takers can ...

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Taking the Test: USMLE® Step 1 Exam Dates in 2021

Update: The USMLE®  Step 1 exam switches to a Pass/Fail exam as of January 26, 2022. This means you ...

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3 Tips on “Med Schooling” From Home

From social distancing to mass furloughs, the coronavirus pandemic is altering life as we know it. ...

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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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AMBOSS is a medical learning platform helping future doctors excel on their USMLE and NBME exams. Complete with a comprehensive library and Qbank of high-yield exam questions, AMBOSS offers detailed analytics of your study progress and goals—allowing you to study smarter, not harder.

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