We were excited to have three panelists discuss their experiences and offer advice in preparing for Step 1. With questions or concerns, reach out to your Lead Advisor or the Learning Specialist.
Update published March 16
Improve your knowledge in a few content areas before Step 1 by attending the prep session on Tuesday, March 20.
This session will be led by the Path TA’s and will include questions and slides with high-yield talking points/topics.
Tuesday, March 20: 10 am-noon EDT/9-11 am CDT
In-person location: MS B26
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android at this Zoom meeting room.
Topics for this session are neurology, endocrinology, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular.
Good luck with preparations!
Previous sessions cover a number of topics listed below. To view these sessions, visit MediaSite.
Sept. 18 Session:
Creating a study plan
Developing strategies for incorporating questions into studying
Finding an accountability partner
Nov. 3 Session:
Self-Care and Self-Management
Developing ways to manage stress and prevent burnout while preparing for the exam
Jan. 9 Session:
Using practice exam results to improve performance
Evaluating which resources will be most helpful for you
Selecting the best resources for Step 1 preparation
Jan. 10 Session 1:
Q-Bank practice question strategies
Deciding between 2 choices: Problem solving and contextual cues
Jan. 10 Session 2:
Session for nontraditional students
How to explain the importance of Step 1 to your family
Managing and garnering support for your study time
Jan. 11 Session:
Anatomy of Step 1 questions and developing Step 1 mindset
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