First Aid for the USMLE Step 1, 2020, 30th ed

Tao Le and Vikas Bhushan

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  • ISBN
    9781260462043
  • Category
    USMLE Step 1
  • Type
    Study Guide
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Publisher's Description

EXCEL ON THE USMLE® STEP 1 WITH HELP FROM THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR MEDICAL REVIEW BOOK!
 
Trust the First Aid team to help you score your highest on this high-stakes exam.
 
INSIDER ADVICE FOR STUDENTS FROM STUDENTS

  • • A complete framework for USMLE® Step 1 preparation, annually updated with crowdsourced contributions from thousands of students
  • • Written by students who excelled on their Step 1 exam and reviewed by top faculty for accuracy
  • • 1300+ must-know topics with mnemonics to focus your study
  • • 1,200+ color photos and illustrations --- 200 new or revised --- help you visualize processes, disorders, and clinical findings
  • • Reorganized content in the Pathology, Endocrine, Hematology and Oncology, and Neurology chapters for more intuitive learning
  • • Rapid Review section for efficient last-minute preparation
  • • Acclaimed recommendations for high-yield print and digital study resources
  • • Bonus material and real-time updates exclusively at FirstAidTeam.com
Product Details
Title / Name First Aid for the USMLE Step 1, 2020, 30th ed
Author / Editor Tao Le and Vikas Bhushan
Publisher McGraw-Hill
Year 2020
Language English
Format Print
Binding Soft Cover
Pages 832
ISBN 9781260462043
List Price $ 55.00
Insights from Dr Hill

In my opionion, First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 is *THE* book to use for high-yield review and for content-review "polishing" for USMLE Step 1 preparation.
 
Most ACTIVE US, Canadian, and Caribbean medical school students: You can likely start with First Aid.
IMGs and others who are more than 18 months since having studied the basic sciences in medical school: You should probably start with a more comprehensive content knowledge review resource and then move to First Aid around the time that you begin question-based review and practice.
 
As always, reach out to a DRN Education advisor, who can give you individualized recommendations on when and how to best use First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 in your studies.