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If you're pursuing a license to practice medicine in the United States, you'll be required to take the USMLE, and Varsity Tutors can help you find a Syracuse USMLE prep course that can assist you as you ready yourself for this crucial exam. Whether you're at SUNY Upstate Medical University or another area school, you have undoubtedly put a lot of time, effort, and money into your education, and it's important to protect that investment. Passing the USMLE may be a watershed moment in your medical career, and by connecting you with an expert USMLE prep instructor, as well as a classroom of fellow medical students to learn alongside, a Syracuse USMLE course will provide you with access to a convenient online classroom where you can receive a comprehensive review of the medical concepts that will be covered on the test.

What material will a Syracuse USMLE class cover?

The USMLE, or United States Medical Licensing Exam, is technically split into three separate exams, called Steps. Step 1 will cover the conceptual scientific knowledge that underlies medical practice, and is most often taken in your second year of medical school. Step 2 is split into two sections across two days, Clinical Knowledge and Clinical Skills, which aim to assess your ability to apply your medical abilities in a clinical environment. Step 2 is usually taken at the end of the fourth year of schooling. Step 3 is the final hurdle you'll cross on your way to your medical license, and is usually taken after a year or two of residency. Step 3 is an exhaustive two-day test that includes both approximately 413 multiple-choice questions and 13 computer-based simulations of medical cases that you'll have to address.

As the USMLE is intended to assess your general proficiency in the practice of medicine, the subject matter is broad, including topics as wide-ranging as General Principles of Foundational Science; Biostatistics, Epidemiology/Population Health, & Interpretation of the Medical Literature; Pregnancy, Childbirth, & the Puerperium, and much more. Your Syracuse USMLE course can help you review this wealth of subject material, and can also aid you in developing the test-taking skills you'll need to keep yourself collected and on-pace during an eight-hour day of testing.

How does a Syracuse USMLE course present this material?

When you enroll in a Syracuse USMLE class, you'll be able to meet with a professional USMLE instructor and your classmates in a virtual classroom. Your instructor can present the class with review sessions covering the medical knowledge you may need to do well on the USMLE, and lead group activities and discussions. Learning collaboratively with your peers has been shown to enhance the ability of students to acquire new information, and also to retain that information in the long run. By working with other medical students, you can work your way through your subject review together, which can allow you to see the material from new perspectives as you learn from your classmates, and can also help you strengthen your understanding of material by explaining it to others. So if you're already confident in your understanding of Multisystem Processes & Disorders, for example, you can build upon your existing knowledge by bringing that understanding to other topics. You may find yourself seeing familiar ideas in a new light.

Although the course is taught online, video chat can make it feel just like a traditional classroom environment, with some additional advantages. You'll be able to see and speak with your teacher and classmates from wherever you study, so you can remain comfortably distraction-free. An online course enables Varsity Tutors to offer courses at different times, and also removes any concern about commuting, which can save you time and money, and may make it easier for you to fit USMLE prep into your busy day. Additionally, although group work is a great way to learn, we also recognize that one-on-one instruction from an expert teacher can be very valuable. This is why a Syracuse USMLE course allows you to reserve time with your instructor, so if you find yourself struggling with particular USMLE concepts you can get yourself back on track.

How can I get signed up?

If you contact Varsity Tutors today, you'll be able to speak with one of our educational consultants to find out more about what a Syracuse USMLE class can do for you. You'll also be able to talk through scheduling, find a class that works for you, and get signed up painlessly. If you've made it this far in your medical training, you may be right on the cusp of reaching your goals. Give us a call, and we can provide you with the extra resources you may be looking for in pursuing your medical license.

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