With backing from the Class of 2021 Officers, IU School of Medicine’s Step 1 prep program is a statewide student-supported opportunity that prepares students for Step 1 through a combination of supplemental learning activities. The goal of the program is to improve performance on standardized tests by improving critical and analytic skills.
There is a one-time registration to allow IU School of Medicine to better ensure student success with the program. Register now for the program.
Students from all campuses will receive small prizes/swag at each session, but in order to be eligible for a larger prize at the end of the program, students must attend at least six of the seven sessions. Students can attend in person, via Zoom or watch recordings as a group. Please be sure to register to ensure there is enough swag for all attendees.
Additional ways to improve your success with the program:
Share NBME Practice Exam Scores with your lead advisor, the learning specialist or another IU School of Medicine representative
Check in, on occasion, with a tutor, MAP representative or faculty member.
Additional Components Include:
Peer-led Study Sessions
Step-1 Strategy Sessions
Timed proctored practice exams
Customized Coaching and Study Plan
Strategy and Success Sessions:
Session 1– September 17 from 12:30 – 2 pm EDT (11:30 am – 1 pm CDT)
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