First Aid for USMLE Step 1 app is a great mobile version of the “gold standard” book.
A nontraditional way to study for your USMLE exam
Pharmacology LANGE Flash Cards is an app for preparing for the USMLE, written by medical students at Yale University.
Ustatine has teamed with McGraw Hill and created the First Aid for Step One app
Purpose of App Review to review the breadth and quality of questions to review utility of the app for studying for USMLE Step I Introduction So little time and so much to learn. We are always in search of a better, more efficient way to learn, remind, or cram all the information needed in order […]
The app for the First Aid for the USMLE review book series is a good option for those who like to have electronic versions of textbooks.
This is an app review for the Pretest Surgery App by Modality, Inc., written by a third-year medical student. This app is available for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
This is an app review for Pretest Medicine, written by a third-year medical student who recently completed the internal medicine rotation. This app is available for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
App review for Pretest Psychiatry, written by a third-year medical student. This app is available for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
A review of the iPhone USMLE Step 1 Déjà Review app, a relatively affordable way to prepare for the knowledge – but not the application – component of the USMLE Step 1.
Today Kaplan Publishing and ScrollMotion announced they will be bringing an extensive suite of USMLE and MCAT apps to the iPhone, with hints of a broader use for the iPad. Currently Kaplan has some USMLE apps already in the App Store, such as the USMLE Disease Deck, an app we weren’t too impressed with. However, […]
This Step 1 USMLE Q-bank application is significantly cheaper that its competitors and contains 300 USMLE style questions.