USMLE Step 2 CK a la Carte2021-02-04T17:32:31+00:00

USMLE STEP 2 CK – a la CARTE

Maintaining Focus,
Flexibility, & Structure

CHOOSE TO ENROLL IN SUBJECTS WHERE YOU NEED THE ATTENTION MOST

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MedSmarter Step 1 Live Class

Flexibility to Choose
Step 2 CK Topics
Where Focus is Needed Most

The a la Carte Live Review Classes are offered at our Study Center in Suwanee, GA.  Students have the option to attend live in the center or live-online via Zoom.  Being able to choose which subjects to attend, provides students with the ability to focus on specific subject areas of weakness.

Type: Live Instructors
Attendance:  In-Person or Live Online
Enrollment: Scheduled Cycles
When:
 Mon – Fri / PM Classes
Timezone:  Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Duration: Dependant of Subject/Topic

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How our a la Carte classes work:

  • Select Your Classes:

    Once you enroll in a class, you will receive a confirmation email with all details required to get ready for classes as well as Zoom login instructions if you are planning to attend Live Online.

  • Before attended classes:

    Be sure to double-check and reconfirm the schedule for the classes you are wanting to attend, remember a la carte classes are on a rotating calendar.

  • Join your class:

    So you’ve received your start date and completed the online student intake form.  Now, on the days of the classes, join your classmates at the center or via Zoom live online.

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USMLE STEP 2 CK – a la Carte REVIEW CLASSES

RHEUMATOLOGY
DERMATOLOGY
GASTROENTEROLOGY
HEPATOLOGY
NEPHROLOGY
ELECTROLYTES
NEUROLOGY
ENDOCRINE
HEMATOLOGY
BIOSTATISTICS
PSYCHIATRY
GYNECOLOGY
OBSTETRICS
SURGERY
PEDIATRICS
INFECTIOUS DISEASES
CARDIOLOGY
EMERGENCY MEDICINE
PULMONOLGY

Some commonly asked questions.

The Step 2 CK exam consists of a series of topics and questions related to patient scenarios.  This is a multiple-choice test, where you’re required to maneuver through the randomly selected topics seamlessly.  Test questions are from the following specialized areas:

  • Surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry
  • Internal Medicine
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN)
  • Other specialized areas related to providing healthcare

This is a one-day, 9-hour examination. There are eight blocks. Each block is 1-hour long.

There are 310 questions on the USMLE Step 2 test. Each of the blocks contains 40 questions.

Most medical students take the USMLE Step 2 CK exam during their fourth year in med school.  This is when your rotations and clinical science training are still fresh and at the forefront of their minds.

Experts recommended that international medical students prepare, study, and review for the Step 2 CK exam for 4-6 months.

This exam is administered all year long by appointment only.

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