Elevate Pre-clinical Learning to Optimize USMLE and Program Performance
Arm program leaders with pedagogical approaches and predictive analytics to overcome the challenges and obstacles in Step 1 preparation, and beyond.
The new format for USMLE Step 1 that came into effect in January 2022 has changed how medical students study and prepare for the exam. Rather than aiming for a high three-digit score, the focus is now on achieving a “pass” status, but in doing so, they could inadvertently miss out on mastering Step 1 concepts and principles.
Thus, medical institutions must intensify efforts to help students gain an in-depth understanding, build a solid knowledge base, and be equipped with the necessary clinical skills required for Step 1. That will lead to better performance on Step 2 CK and elevate their chances of matching with their chosen residency.
Our newest whitepaper shows how institutions can benefit from data-driven, science-proven approaches that enhance medical students’ pre-clinical learning and elevate exam outcomes.
Download and discover:
- How integrating board prep with medical school curriculum enables students to meet curriculum needs, achieve adequate test readiness, and optimize performance on USMLE and subject exams
- Evidence-led tools such as audio-visual mnemonics that empower educators to create active learning strategies, leading to strengthened mastery of Step 1 topics
- The importance of longitudinal data and predictive analytics to monitor academic progress and gain valuable insights into students’ learning gaps and shortfalls in exam readiness