Monthly Archives: September 2017

Does Self-Regulated Test-Prep Work To Improve USMLE Step 1 Scores?   

USMLE: Probably, and it is likely most helpful for the students with lower-than-median MCAT scores, according to this non-randomized intervention for pre-clinical medical students.  All students in one class were provided free access to a commercial NBME-style question bank and their … Continue reading

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Interns And More Senior Residents Fail To Meet Expectations In Different Ways

Milestones: In this study involving 20% of pediatric residency training programs in the US, milestone evaluations of residents rated marginal or unsatisfactory (M/U) were compared  to those of residents rated satisfactory.  Overall, fewer than 2% of residents were rated less than … Continue reading

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