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Varsity Tutors can help you study for your USMLE through enrolling you in an Atlanta USMLE course. Students aspiring to become medical professionals in the United States sometimes have a difficult time preparing for the USMLE if they can't find a course time that fits their schedule. With a convenient online course, all you need is an internet connection and you can start preparing for the test. Whether you are a medical student at Emory University School of Medicine or at Morehouse School of Medicine, you can better prepare for the USMLE with the guidance of expert instructors who can help you understand the contents and format of the test. Knowing how the test is conducted, what the contents are, and some of the best approaches to taking the exam can help boost your performance on test day.

What are some of the topics an Atlanta USMLE course can cover?

In your Atlanta USMLE class, you will discuss the three different exams, called "Steps." You need to pass Step 1 and Step 2 before you can be eligible for Step 3. Step 1 is a one-day test session that has 280 multiple-choice questions. The questions cover the basic science principles: biochemistry, pharmacology, pathology, anatomy, physiology, and behavioral science. It is divided into seven 60-minute blocks with 40 questions each.

Step 2 is a two-day test session and comes in two parts: Clinical Knowledge (CK) and Clinical Skills (CS). Step 2 CK has 316 questions and covers subjects such as internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, and obstetrics and gynecology. Step 2 CS requires test takers to examine and diagnose people acting as patients. You will need to travel to one of the six test centers in the U.S. - Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, and two in Philadelphia - for this test. Step 3 is also a two-day test session and assesses whether the student has the medical knowledge and understanding of the required sciences that are essential for the practice of medicine.

Besides covering the different parts of the test, your Atlanta USMLE class will also help you learn effective test-taking techniques for the USMLE. The USMLE, unlike other standardized exams, thoroughly checks your ability to apply your knowledge of the sciences and your skills, values, and attitude in terms of actual, patient-centered situations. Your experienced instructor can discuss how you can best approach this type of test.

What are the advantages of enrolling in an Atlanta USMLE prep course?

Studying for the USMLE through a well-organized class led by experienced and knowledgeable instructors can give you a better understanding of the test, help you develop effective study habits, and increase your confidence in your skills. Success in the USMLE requires an ability to apply what you know in actual medical situations and for you to "think like a doctor." Your instructor can guide you on how to understand and retain clinical thinking through a comprehensive review that integrates basic science subjects with clinical science principles and patient-centered skills.

The USMLE course is offered online, which makes it convenient for you to start preparing for the test. Since you don't need to set aside extra hours for the commute, you can save time and focus on studying for the test. Instead of attending courses in a physical classroom, you will log into a virtual classroom where you will study for the test together with your instructor and other course participants. This means you can see, hear, and interact with everyone in your course and ask questions directly to your instructor, just as if you were in a regular classroom. As long as you are connected to the internet, you can participate in the course from a distraction-free study area that's convenient for you.

Of course, if you encounter problems about certain topics in General Principles of Foundational Science or find yourself struggling with concepts in Biostatistics or any other topic, you can talk to your instructor and request a one-on-one meeting outside of the class.

How can I enroll in an Atlanta USMLE course?

Studying for the USMLE is not just studying for a test. You are studying for your future career in medicine. The effort you put into preparing for this major, life-changing exam can be more effective with the guidance of experienced instructors who are using a comprehensive, organized curriculum. Call Varsity Tutors today to learn more about an Atlanta USMLE course and how it can provide you with a thorough review of the relevant materials and skills that can help you reach for your exam goals.

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