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Core Resources

 First Aid USMLE 2017


 Uworld Questionary. From day 1. Block
o Read the question first before paragraph
o Learn test strategy
o Add to First Aid USMLE the notes from UWorld

Calendar scheduling

Google calendar. Schedule everyday

3 month calendar. 30 day view, and put the core, first aid and Uworld, take the number of
questions from Uworld, example Step 1, per block 43 questions, one hour to do it, and 4 hours to
review it, that’s 5 hours per block, in the schedule if full time available, example 2 blocks per day.

Do a few blocks in Uworld to know how much time takes per block and then start adding
reasonable time into the schedule. How long does it take me to finish a Uworld Block

Wake up 6am, at 7am clicking the Start button in Uworld to 8am finished the block and then doing
the 4 hours of review, then lunch and the again 1pm start the block to 2pm and then review it for
3-4 hours. Evening reviewing video topics that I’m comfortable with. Useful resources if Uworld
and First Aid are not enough.

Number of hours needed, Number of hours scheduled

Extra Resources

Lecturio. Video lectures

Osmosis. Schedule your resources

Rapid Review Pathology.

Pathoma?

1. HOW I STUDIED LIKE A HARVARD STUDENT?

6 hours per day

2. HOW I AVOIDED MEANINGLESS ACTIVITY?

Prioritizing. What really matters?


I want to Excel!

3. HOW I SET A DAILY GOAL AND MASTERED 1 CONCEPT AT A TIME?

Mainly goal

Monthly goal, weekly goal and daily goal

Master a topic, each and everyday, example: Metabolism for biochemistry

DAILY GOAL: Master ONE CONCEPT at a time

In a month I don´t remember it, I’ll remember that I mastered it once, and it comes back easier

Start the day: What am I going to master today?

4. HOW I USED MY RESOURCES MOST EFFECIENTLY (FA, UW, PATHOMA, NBMEs)

First Aid not as a learning tool to learn as for the first time concept

UWORLD. 1st time: Subject base at a time. 2nd time: Do timed, mixed blocks.

Pathoma

NBME. To evaluate myself. Work in the weaknesses

5. EXPERIENCE ON EXAM DAY

Repetition is the key to mastery

Keep the same routine

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