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USMLE Board Review @ Himmelfarb Library

Question bank icons for LWW Board Review Series, USMLEasy, ExamMaster and Case Files CollectionHimmelfarb Library provides access to USMLE board review question banks and review materials.  All review materials are available on the Step 1, Step 2 and Step 3 Research Guides which help users access online practice tests, case files, and question banks as well as print and online review books in anatomy, behavioral science, biochemistry and molecular biology, etc.

Questions banks include:

LWW Health Library: Board Review Series - full-text access to the entire Board Review Series includes full-text book access and 5,000 questions and explanations. A self-assessment function provides customized subject review and tracks progress in specific areas.  For full-access, create free personal account.

USMLEasy - customizable practice tests with detailed results.  You set target test date, prep mode (aggressive/moderate/relaxed), and when/if to receive progress reports.  Use Adaptive Practice mode to access questions based on your strengths and weaknesses, or create your own quiz.  Access includes one full-length practice test. Create free personal account

ExamMaster - thorough content coverage to basic science concepts in USMLE Step 1 plus detailed scoring feedback.  Tutor Mode emulates look/feel of exam or can focus on basic science subjects.  Timed Mode delivers practice exam then provides access My Stats for report of strengths and weaknesses by subject.  Create free personal account and access Exam Master from on-campus locations or while logged into VPN

Case Files Collection - interactive access to complete Case Files Series including Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, etc. Designed to support knowledge application via realistic patient cases.  Each case includes case history, knowledge review, pearls, and USMLE-style review questions.  For full-access, create free personal account.

If you have any questions, or would like to recommend resources, please contact Laura Abate (leabate@gwu.edu).

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