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USMLE Step 1
Step 1 is taken in the second or third year of medical school, and is extremely important. It is a one-day exam given in an 8-hour testing session. The exam tests pathology, physiology, pharmacology, biochemistry, microbiology, immunology, anatomy, cell biology, behavioral sciences and genetics.
USMLE Step 2
The Step 2 exams are taken in the third or fourth year of medical school. It consists of two parts: Step 2 CK, Clinical Knowledge and Step 2 CS, Clinical Skills. Step 2 CK is a one-day multiple-choice exam given in a 9-hour testing session. Step 2 CK tests medicine, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, and psychiatry. Step 2 CS is a one-day, 8-hour clinical skills exam that consists of a series of patient encounters in which you see standardized patients (actors) and investigate their medical complaint. You will have 12 patient encounters, and 15 minutes for each.
USMLE Step 3
Step 3 is typically taken during the first year of residency. It is a two-day exam, with a 7 hour test session on day 1, and 9 hours on day 2. Day 1 tests foundational sciences, biostatistics, medical literature, and more. Day 2 consists of a combination of multiple-choice questions and computer-based case simulations that test knowledge of patient diagnosis and disease management.
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