Guide USMLE Prep Effectively and Efficiently to Elevate Performance
Between meeting curricular demands and studying for exams, medical students tend to prioritize USMLE prep over curricular studies. This can have a long-term impact, as students may miss out on important learning opportunities designed to help them succeed in their future practice.
Faculty can support students by integrating board prep into the curriculum, encouraging students to remain engaged with curricular content while still preparing and progressing towards being exam-ready.
As our new Solutions Brief shows, leveraging an online learning and assessment platform such as TrueLearn and Picmonic can help programs and educators achieve that goal and optimize learning and exam outcomes.
Download and learn:
- The only proven method for forecasting test readiness and performance to influence optimal outcomes on the USMLE board exams
- How spaced repetition and integrated curriculum reduce dedicated preparation period (DPP) stress and test anxiety among medical students to improve outcomes
- The long-term benefits of leveraging cognition science and data analytics and how the TrueLearn-Picmonic learning loop supports effective learning