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NBME, Kaplan Qbank, and USMLEWorld Qbank Score 2014 Correlation Table

This is a carefully calculated correlation table based on thousands of user-submitted scores.

Modifications to the USMLE Step 1 question pool likely to delay...

Necessary modifications to the test item pool of USMLE Step 1, will cause a delay in reporting for some examinees score reports beginning the...

More IMGs matched in 2013 than last year’s Match

For the eleventh consecutive year, the PGY-1 residency positions offered through the NRMP® Main Residency Match® increased. A total of 26,392 PGY-1 positions were offered in...

NRMP announces Match 2013 statistics

In results released last week for the largest residency Match in NRMP history, AMGs made up 16,390 of the 25,463 applicants who successfully matched...

Match 2013: Pathology, Radiology down; Primary care applications increased this year

NRMP released 2013 match summary last week showing primary care applications increased this year as compared to last year. Among the specialities saw a decline...

Bill to be introduced in Congress to increase US residency positions

U.S. medical schools are increasing enrollments to meet expected shortage of doctors. With at least 12 new medical schools opening and existing ones growing,...

Master the Boards for USMLE Step 3 released on Apple Appstore...

aplan Medical has released it much awaited Master the Boards: USMLE Step 3 on Apple Appstore! The concise and very popular review book contains the...

Master the Boards for USMLE Step 2 CK released on Apple...

Kaplan Medical has released it much awaited Master the Boards: USMLE Step 2 CK on Apple Appstore! The concise and very popular review book...

Minimum passing performance for USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS) to...

The USMLE program recommends a minimum passing level for each Step examination. The USMLE Step Committees are responsible for establishing and monitoring these standards,...

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