Life is full of challenges but studying for the USMLE doesn’t have to be one of them. With the First Aid Q&A for USMLE Step 1 app, everything you need to know to ace the exam is right at your fingertips. What could be easier? No more lugging around heavy textbooks and review guides. This dynamic app is certain to lighten your load. With questions and detailed explanations covering topics included in the USMLE and medical boards, this app will put you squarely on the path to success.
This app includes a free starter pack of 25 questions, gleaned from Dr Le’s popular First Aid Q&A for the USMLE Step 1. Test your overall knowledge by answering randomly generated questions from 8 categories or target areas of weakness by focusing on a specific subject. Need a more intensive review? Then download the complete set of 985 board-style questions and answers, organized into 24 categories, by making an in-app purchase of $ 44.99.
By allowing users to flag questions as they go, this comprehensive app enables easy review of problem areas. Users can even create a quiz composed solely of these flagged questions. Detailed analytics allow users to review their quiz history and statistics like their weekly progress and even uncover their category strengths and weaknesses. By offering a rigorous review of key concepts and facts, this app gives users the knowledge they need to master the USMLE and other medical exams and begin rewarding professional careers.
About the Senior Editors:
Tao Le, MD is Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Allergy and Immunology at the University of Louisville. He is also affiliated with the Division of Allergy and Immunology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Le has been writing First Aid books and preparing medical students for the boards for almost 20 years.
James A Feinstein is a practicing pediatrician and pediatric health services provider. He attends in the Special Care Clinic at The Children’s Hospital Colorado. He is also a research fellow at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.