This examination tests your Basic Sciences Concepts and Application abilities learned in the medical School! Scoring high on this examination determines an ability of an examinee to do well on the clinical examinations. This examination complements both USMLE Step-II CK and USMLE Step-II CS.
The USMLE Step-1 score can also become a determinant factor for an applicant to have been chosen for a lucrative medical and surgical residency, and many fellowship programs, many of the applicants had desired to have got in. The USMLE Step-1 examination could also determine who you are going to be in 10 years from now.
The Horizon Medical Board Review faculty with their over 25 years of their Academic and Clinicals experience will make “Your goals stay within your reach”
The USMLE Step-II CS examination evaluates an examinee’s ability to gather information obtained from history taking, physical examination, verbal communications and educating their findings to their patient. It also evaluates an examinees expertise in speaking with a patient on telephones, counselling and making clinically evident based medicine decisions regarding patients’ health.
The “Hallmark” of this examination for being successful is being:
- Very Organized
- Very Meticulous.
The Horizon Medical Board Faculty, with their vast academic and clinical experience, will guide our examinees through the many interviewing techniques. These include history taking and clinical examinations, interpretations of lab work, and educating patients and their families to formulate a diagnosis and a successful follow up.
The Horizon Medical Board Review also prepares our examinees for the challenging telephone interviewing techniques and difficult patient encounters which often gets tested on USMLE Step-II CS. Our goal is to help an examinee to be confident while taking this part of the USMLE.
This part of the examination emphasises on health promotion and disease prevention. This examination stresses the examinee abilities to apply clinical science knowledge to provide patient care under the supervision of an attending physician.
This examination complements both USMLE Step-I and USMLE Step-II CS. Upon successfully passing this examination an examine must have crossed the bridge reaching towards becoming ECFMG Certified.
The Horizon Medical Board Review Faculty, with its extensive knowledge both in clinical and academic medicine will bring around all the concepts learned in medical school, stressing the high yield concepts with clinical correlations being tested on the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step-II CK. This enables you to maximize your review strategies preparing you well to score high on these examinations.
The review course has been designed to accommodate our examinee after pinpointing their weaknesses; suggesting a 15 week or a 25 weeks review course for their success. Our comprehensive courses are structured to accommodate examinees using online class or in-house sessions at our office in Hyderabad, Telangana followed by one-on-one online tutoring if needed.
The residency interview preparedness is such an important event of one’s future. An applicant must have the ability to express eloquently assuring an interviewer to clearly make up their decision deciding to select you from among the other residency applicants. The interviewers could be a Program Director, Associate Program Director, available Faculty, a Chief Resident or the administrative staff or a combination of the above.
During this time, it is not just an applicant having had a high score on USMLEs, but being able to assure a program that they possess an ability of “Making a Smooth Transition from being a Medical Student to a Confident Doctor”.
It is extremely important for applicant to have convinced and assured the Residency Program that they are the right choice, with their accomplishments, abilities to have learned from their failures and convincing them they are reliable and are dependable. This in turn could have become a deciding factor for a program to either match an applicant or place an applicant at the bottom of the list.