USMLE Step 1 is the first national board exam all United States medical students must take before graduating medical school. If you are viewing this on the new Reddit layout, please take some time and look at our wiki (/r/step1/wiki) as it has a lot of valuable information regarding advice and approaches on taking Step 1, along with analytical statistics of study resources.
Welcome to the Residency subreddit, a community of interns and residents who are just trying to make it through training! This is a subreddit specifically for interns and residents to get together and discuss issues concerning their training and medicine/surgery.
An unofficial discussion forum for people who use the Anki flashcard program. You're welcome to talk about all of the apps and services in the Anki ecosystem here, share resources related to Anki or spaced repetition in general, and help each other out with any questions you might have!
The United States Medical Licensing Examination, better known as USMLE, is a three-step examination for medical licensure in the United States. This subreddit serves as a medium for everyone involved in the process and provides a platform to support the doctors preparing for the exams.
The #1 social media platform for MCAT advice. The MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) is offered by the AAMC and is a required exam for admission to medical schools in the USA and Canada. /r/MCAT is a place for MCAT practice, questions, discussion, advice, social networking, news, study tips and more. Check out the sidebar for useful resources & intro guides. Post questions, jokes, memes, and discussions.
There seems to be a bunch of us, that went the Carribean Route, or International med schools etc. We are a very capable bunch and definitely should build each other up, support and learn from one another. Post your trials and tribulations here! Let's build this community together! (ALL IMGs welcome & IMG supporters!) past, present, future