MedOne is a question bank that creates a personalized learning experience using AI and metacognition inputs from the user.
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Includes access to a USMLE Step 1 practice exam
Compatible on mobile
Click on the button "Sign up for access form home" to register for a username/password account. This video demonstrates how to set up an account.
Once you've completed registration, go to MedOne Adaptive Learner and login.
Launch MedOne Adaptive Learner: Step 1
BoardVitals is a series of medical specialty question banks designed to help medical students prepare for USMLE Steps 1, 2, and 3.
Provides thousands of practice questions with detailed explanations
Features review mode to review at your own pace; or timed mode to simulate exam conditions
100% Pass Guarantee. Learn more on the BoardVitals website.
Start by accessing Board Vitals and creating a personalized account!
Taking advantage of self-assessment tools from the beginning of your test prep can help you identify strengths and weaknesses in order to develop a study strategy. If you're finding that you're weak in a particular subject area, see this guide's list of systems- and speciality-based resources.
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