Strategies for Studying Both USMLE and COMLEX with MedFlashGo
Want to learn how to prepare for COMLEX Level 1 and USMLE Step 1? If so, check out our latest on-demand webinar, recorded live on February 16th with the MedFlashGo podcast team, for an inside look on how to study for both USMLE and COMLEX. These strategies that will help prepare you for exam day.
- When to schedule your exam as well as how to structure your study plan
- Which resources will help you retain the most information and how to integrate them into your schedule
- Practical strategies for gradually increasing practice questions taken in a time-efficient and effective way
- Live Q&A with Taylor Brana, DO, and Sean DeAngelo, MS, from the MedFlashGo podcast team
Who Should Watch:
This presentation is packed with insights for first and second year osteopathic and allopathic medical students preparing to take the COMLEX-USA Level 1 or USMLE Step 1 examinations in 2021.
Meet The Presenters:
|Taylor Brana, DO|
Host, MedFlashGo Podcast
|Sean DeAngelo, MS|
OMS-IV at PCOM
OMS-IV at PCOM
OMS-II at PCOM
About The MedFlashGo Podcast
The MedFlashGo podcast is a rapid review tool designed by medical students and physicians for USMLE/COMLEX/Shelf for Step 1, 2, and 3 exams. They understand that burnout is a real issue and aim to make learning more fun and enjoyable. Each episode provides listeners with a USMLE or COMLEX practice question in 4 minutes or less. Check back every weekday to hear the latest “Question Of The Day.”
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