From USMLE Step 1 226 to Step 2CK 260CHECK IT OUT
From USMLE Step 1 226 to Step 2CK 260

yousmle – how i scored 270 on the usmle step 1

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He has truly transformed my approach to my coursework in the second year.

Stanford University Student - 175 to 247 in LESS THAN TWO MONTHS*

You are an amazing teacher– keep at it! I hope to see Yousmle become something every medical student uses in the future!

D.O. Student - 190 to 243, < 3 months!

I took an NBME and got a 228.  I searched online looking for advice when I came across the site. Within 9 days, my next NBME score was a 249.

Johns Hopkins University Medical Student - Final Score 265

*Results not typical. Students doing at least 20 hours of tutoring typically improve scores by roughly 40 points on average

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