This summer there is going to be a USMLE Board Review Course run by leading physicians in Chicago. The course will be 10 weeks long and will consist of intensive personalized board review preparation for Steps I, II, III, and the Clinical Skills Exam.
I have taken several board reviews including Kaplan and another popular one, which will remain nameless (for lack of straying you in the wrong direction). This course is truly classic and absolutely right on target towards the questions and expected answers that the Boards seek. The course teaches critical thinking skills to approximate and deduce the best answer. It embellishes these skills with mastery test-taking skills taught by M.D.'s who have scored in the 90-99% percentile.
There is also a module which simulates the Clinical Skills exam. This runs approximately 8-10 hours long and is your best preparation prior to taking the actual CS exam. As a Chicago site, this is perfect because you able to take our simulated CS exam and then go to the Chicago testing site and sit for the real exam.
Our faculty consists of M.D., Ph.D.'s, surgeons, internists, family medicine physicians---all among the best in their fields. Chicago has a wealth of educational leadership. This is your chance at acing your boards.
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or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Enrollment is on a first come first serve basis, with a deadline of April 30th for classes beginning in June 2008. If you need references, there are numerous Ross, SJSM, AUA, SMSM, U.S. students who can attest to the strength of this program and are available as references.