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Book details
  • Genre:MEDICAL
  • SubGenre:Education & Training
  • Language:English
  • Pages:145
  • eBook ISBN:9780982134375

Aim Your Brain® At Usmle Step 1

The Ultimate System for Mastering Multiple-Choice Exams

by Mary K. Miller

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Overview
Review from a "real" Medical Student just like you: "This book is a life saver for ANY student taking standardized exams. I think it is a simple way to study for step 1, step 2; for interns taking step 3 with little time to study and even for premedical students taking MCAT. I actually recommend reading this book prior to medical school. I wish I had read this book before medical school. The method in this book is simple yet highly effective. It helps you focus on what you don't know. Since what you don't know is different from anyone else, you get to work only on weakness specific to you. I have tried the methods suggested in this book on my Step 1 and 2 exams. IT REALY WORKS! When I used the methods suggested on my step 1, step 2 did not feel like `such monster.' It was more like `ok! I have to just find a block of time and study.' YOU HAVE TO READ THIS BOOK if you are worried about boards as much as I was."
Description
Please select the ONE BEST answer: 1. You are a medical student preparing to take the USMLE Step 1 exam. Which of the following best expresses your innermost thoughts? (A) I hate multiple-choice exams. (B) I wish there were a better way to prepare for the test. (C) I know the material, but I don't do well on standardized exams. (D) I worry about the consequences of not passing. (E) All of the above. Answer: E The multiple-choice question above strikes fear into the heart of every medical student. They must all pass USMLE "board" and NBME "shelf" exams. As a clinical professor who teaches medical students and residents, author Mary K. Miller has seen some of her best and brightest students stumble when taking multiple-choice tests. To help them, she has developed the Aim Your Brain Study System. Her techniques include: Laying the foundation for how to study for USMLE Step 1; Using the AIM YOUR BRAIN Study System to overcome the "I hate multiple-choice exams" mindset; and helping students overcome test anxiety and other difficult issues.
About the author
As of July 1, 2011 . . . Mary K. Miller, Pharm.D., M.D. is the NEW Student Health Medical Director at the University of California, Santa Barbara Dr. Mary K. Miller’s impressive professional background uniquely qualifies her to have written this book. Her credentials include: Former Clinical Professor and Clinic Medical Director for the Ellison and Cypress Ambulatory Clinics in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of California, Davis, School of Medicine. Former Ombudsperson for third- and fourth-year medical students at the UCD School of Medicine. Former HIV gynecologist at the Center for AIDS Research, Education, and Services (Sacramento). AAHIVM-HIV Specialist. Licensed physician for twenty-plus years, and clinical pharmacist for a long time. Graduate of Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine (1983) and graduate of the University of the Pacific, School of Pharmacy (1976). Winner of numerous national teaching awards: 1999-CREOG, 2001-APGO, 2003-Kaiser Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching; and the 2010 C. John Tupper Prize for Excellence in Teaching (Founding Dean – Highest Teaching Award at UC Davis School of Medicine). Author of the textbook: Mathematics For Nurses - With Clinical Applications (Brooks-Cole Publishing).
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