TrueLearn Launches New USLME Platform for Faculty and Deans
While there are many vendors that offer USMLE test prep and Qbanks for learners, TrueLearn is proud to take a more holistic and integrated approach, supporting learners while ensuring program needs and outcomes are met as well.
We are very excited to launch a new USMLE platform specifically for faculty and deans that provides the real-time data they need to predict how learners will perform on test day, modify their curricula accordingly, and mitigate risk. We believe now that USMLE Step 1 has changed to a pass/fail model vs. a three digit score it is more important than ever for programs to have this insight as learners are not spending as much time studying1. As a result, overall USMLE pass rates dipped from 88% in 2021 to 82% in 20222.
Read the press release to learn more.
(1) Girard AO, Qiu C, Lake IV, Chen J, Lopez CD, Yang R. US medical student perspectives on the impact of a pass/fail USMLE Step 1. J Surg Educ. 2022;79(2):397-408. doi:10.1016/j.jsurg.2021.09.010
(2) United States Medical Licensing Examination. Early Release of USMLE Step 1 2022 Summary Performance. USMLE.org. Accessed on May 30, 2023. https://www.usmle.org/early-release-usmle-step-1-2022-summary-performance