Tips to Increase your low scores on UWorld, Amboss, and NBME Self Assessments while preparing for your USMLE Step Exams?

Tips to Increase your low scores on UWorld, Amboss, and NBME Self Assessments while preparing for your USMLE Step Exams?

Getting low scores on UWorld, Amboss and NBME Self Assessments while preparing for your USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK or your USMLE Step 3 can be quite frustrating. 

Students preparing for USMLE, especially the ones who have a history of struggling on standardized Exams such as ACT, SAT, MCAT or those who have either failed or received a low score on a prior Step Exam, should read and follow these tips to maintain sanity during their USMLE preparation.

Please schedule an online session with Dr. Malik to help you troubleshoot your USMLE Preparation, if your score isn't going up fast enough. 

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It will also help you ace your USMLE Step 2 CK as you know that USMLE Step 2 CK is the new Step 1.

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USMLE Step Exams Preparation Strategies for Medical Students in 2023.

USMLE Step Exams Preparation Strategies for Medical Students in 2023.

United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is jointly sponsored by National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) and Federation of States Medical Board (FSMB). U.S. M.D. students are sponsored by NBME whereas International Medical Graduates (IMGs) are sponsored by Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). 

Important links for those who want to apply for their USMLE Steps and learn more about application and Content Outlines as well as Score Reporting, Costs as well as Frequently Asked Questions and Practice Materials can be found below:

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USMLE Performance Data (Pass percentages for First Attempters and those Retaking their USMLE Steps 1, 2 CK and 3 year by year for US/Canadian USMD and USDO Students as well as IMGs).

USMLE Score Interpretation (Percentiles and Scores for USMLE Steps 1, 2 CK and Step 3).

Now, let's discuss preparation strategies and time needed to prepare for your USMLE Steps 1. Step 2 CK and Step 3.

Preparation Strategies and Time Needed for Passing USMLE Step 1 (Basic Sciences) is discussed in great details in the following post: 

USMLE Step 1 Preparation Strategies and Times Needed to Prepare

Preparation Strategies and Time Needed for Scoring High on USMLE Step 2 CK (Clinical Knowledge) is discussed in great details in the following post: 

USMLE Step 2 CK Preparation Strategies and Time needed to Prepare to Reach your Best Score.

Preparation Strategies and Time Needed for Scoring High on USMLE Step 3 (Clinical Medicine) is discussed in great details in the following post: 

USMLE Step 3 Preparation Strategies and Times needed to Prepare

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Use these active learning techniques to get ready for your USMLE Step 1 in one month.

Use these active learning techniques to get ready for your USMLE Step 1 in one month.

Are you an USMD/USDO MS2/ M2 or an IMG currently preparing for your USMLE Step 1, and looking for the the most logical and comprehensive and the fastest way to Pass your USMLE Step 1 during dedicated Step 1 study time?

If you are, then continue reading and following all the recommendations in this article/post to Pass your Step 1 in a few weeks.

Follow these time tested and proven strategies used by Dr. Harish Malik's students to get to 80% correct with 99% chance of Passing USMLE Step 1 in a 3-5 weeks during dedicated Study Period before taking your USMLE Step 1.

Try active learning as opposed to passive learning using NBMEs for Assessment and Skill Building and UWorld for Knowledge and Stamina Boost.

Active learning by following these strategies will help you stay focused on what you do not know and learn specific things faster as well as ensure retention of those Step 1 factoids and concepts that you need to understand and also allow you to build requisite stamina and skills needed for Passing Step 1. Passively Reading Books including First Aid for USMLE Step 1, or Pathoma, Boards and Beyond, watching YouTube Videos or even reading your own notes will waste a great deal of time and mental energy and take time away from attempting USMLE World and the 7 available NBME Self Assessment Exam questions and learning from the explanations.

Here we go...

Day 1 of USMLE Step 1 Preparation: Take NBME (lowest CBSSA currently Form 25) Self Assessment Online and get a baseline percentage correct and percentage chances of passing USMLE Step 1. Review the NBME thoroughly the same day.

Note: If you are scoring in 30s or 40s, give me a call immediately because you will not be able to get ready on your own without delaying your first M3 rotation and even might require a Research year and delay graduating or fail your Step 1. Such low Scores are a sure sign that you need immediate help with your USMLE Step 1 Preparation. Proceed to Day 2 on your own if your score is in 50s or higher.

Day 2 of USMLE Step 1 Preparation: Reset or Buy a UWorld Step 1 QBank along with Biostatistics Subject Review and the 2 Self Assessments (UW SA1 and UW SA2).

Create 10 Timed and Not Tutor Mode 40 question blocks of UWorld (If you want to take your Step 1 in 3 weeks) or 8 blocks of UWorld if you have 5 weeks at 5:30 am and after quick morning routine get started with Block 1 at 6:00 AM at the latest. 

Give yourself 25-30 min to finish each block and do not review until you finish all blocks with 5 min breaks after every 2 blocks and you will be able to finish all blocks by 12:00 noon (10 block) or 11:00 AM (8 block). 

Important Side Note: Now when you attempt your USMLE World Blocks, you MUST resist Debating while picking answers because the goal is not to score high but simply to identify misinterpretation, misinformation and lack of knowledge to build upon while reviewing the blocks. If you can do that you will notice that you will be able to finish each block of 40 questions in 25-30 min. Time and mental energy saved by doing so can be uses towards learning the correct concepts and facts necessary to get those answers correct the next time while avoiding competing stupid ideas to develop and anchor in your memory which lead you to mistakes.

This includes 1 hour break if you were doing some Math, therefore at 11:00 AM or 12:00 noon, you begin reviewing mistakes from each block spending no more than 20-30 seconds on flagged but correctly answered and 1.5 to 2 min for mistakes as well as flagged mistakes. Very crucial to ignore all the rest of the questions. Remember the plan is not to score a 100% on USMLE Step 1. 

Av. Score of 40% or lower: Do NOT proceed and Call/Message Dr. Malik now.

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Av. Score of 50%: If you have only 3 weeks left, follow steps as above for 40% or lower. If you have 5 or more weeks, proceed as follows - 20 Mistakes to review in 30-40 min each for 8 blocks will put you at 4 to 5.5 hours and with some break let's say 6 hours later at 6 pm. 30 min Exercise and Meditation time. Light Dinner and Review time again for all the Flash cards that you made during review and any images/Educational Objectives that you want to hit again for 2 more hours before winding down for the Restful Sleep. These are the 2 hours that students who hire me review their hardest questions, concepts, concerns and build skills and reinforce memory before winding down for the night. Please try to be in bed no later than 10 PM and fast asleep by 11 PM because you will need that rest for day 2, 3, 4, 5...

Av. Score of 60% Enjoy the extra hour of rest.

Av. Score of 70% Enjoy the extra 2 hours of rest.

Av. Score of 80% Enjoy the extra 3 hours of rest.

Av. Score of 90% (Geniuses) Maybe do 20 blocks a day.. lol and finish the UWorld in 5 days.

Av. Score of 100% (God) I am speechless! 

Follow Day 1 routine for the next 8 to 10 days to finish one Round of UWorld in this manner. If this plan seems unreasonable, you need to consider USMLE Consultation with Dr. Malik because everyone has been able to do this with my help.

Day 9 (for 10 blocks/day students)/ Day 11 (8 blocks/day): Start by making Blocks from mistakes always one by one. 

Now you want to start at 6:00 AM with first Timed and Not Tutor Mode Block from your incorrect questions and finish attempting and reviewing by 7:00 AM and if you are scoring 60% or less, Please Message me so that you won't have to delay your 1st rotation or fail or fail and add an extra Research year to your resume. Proceed with Block to if scores are now in 70% or higher and finish all 8 or 10 blocks for the day and hit the bed on time. 

Add 20% more questions to your mistakes to figure out number of days needed to finish this time. So worst case scenario 6-7 days. 

Important Side Note: You must review each block before creating the next block from mistakes or UWorld will take forever to end.

Day 15 or day 18: Next perfectly Simulated  Online NBME (CBSSA) Self Assessment. (Begin no later than 8:30 AM and End no later than 5 hours including all breaks. No within block breaks for anything). 

If your NBME Self Assessment Score is less than 70%, please STOP your USMLE Step 1 preparation and Reach out Immediately. Depending on your assessment scores and UW averages allow yourself 3-5 additional weeks for getting ready for your USMLE Step 1. 

If your score on the Second NBME is 70%, that is a positive sign that you might be able to get it up to the safe corridor which begins at 80% or higher within a week or two by doing the following:

First and foremost review this Second NBME Self Assessment (All questions and All options), obviously spending more time on incorrects and then also go back and do the same with the First NBME that you took on Day 1. This might take the remainder of the day you took this second NBME as well as the Next few days because I want you to identify topics that you scored the lowest on this Exam and Reset your UWorld and hit all those topics again like day 2 above.

Then it's 3rd NBME time.. Day 17 or Day 22.

If your score drops or does not go up by atleast 5 points on this Exam, please do reach out NOW so that I can help you reach 80% plus within a week or so by helping you solidify understanding, remove any misunderstanding and add to your USMLE Question answering Skills.

If you're score gets to 75% or higher but not 80% or higher, keep redoing what I recommend after the 2nd NBME to raise your score fast. If your score plateaus or declines, reach out immediately.

Once you hit 80% or higher on an NBME Exam, I want you to take 2 NBME Self Assessments back to back to simulate better and check for any stamina or break timing issues that might need adjustments before the real exam. If you run out of NBMEs use the Online Interactive USMLE Step 1 tutorial as one of the NBMEs to make it a longer Exam simulation. 

Take all 7 or whatever the current number of Online NBME CBSSA Exams and the last one must be above 80%, preferably more than once.

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Thank you and All the Best on your upcoming USMLE Step 1.


Dr. Harish Malik 

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Pass USMLE Step 3 in 2 months or less!

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Get ready for USMLE Step 3 Online in One-on-One setting which will mainly target your weaknesses but none the less cover comprehensively what's needed to pass Step 3. Learn from the Best USMLE Step 3 tutor in a personalized optimized manner which is adaptive to your style of learning using the best resources available!

USMLE Step 3 has changed for good!!! Are you ready and aware of the changes?

Here is what the new and Restructured USMLE Step 3 really entails....

More Biostatistics and Epidemiology, more Ethics including research ethics, more Pathophysiology, more Pharmacological drug mechanisms, interactions and even mechanisms of adverse effects!!! Lengthier questions, CCS Cases where the patient may not improve despite correct timely management or even deteriorate. Cases where only screening and patient education is all that is needed. Cases where specialist care is required and cases with multiple vague concerns or work physical. Cases span medicine, surgery, Ob-Gyn, Pediatrics, Psychiatry and where seeking sub-speciaty consults is a must. Care has to provided in various health care settings not limited to Out-Patient, Observation, In-patient, PACU, ICU, NICU, CCU, telemetry floor, Nursing homes, patient home, and even over the phone and email!!!

Good thing is there is no need to schedule the 2 days of testing back to back and you have 14 days!

Changes have been made to ensure that it tests your ability to be able to administer ethical, safe medical care in the new medical system. They want you to know the hows and whys of medicine and cater to the new culturally diverse, technology savvy patients with smart devices and understand the medical and insurance system.

The test also wants to know if you can deal with increasingly smart pharmaceutical drug representatives and the reading materials that they provide. It also tests your ability to read, comprehend and analyze abstracts in order to decide and answer patient specific concerns as a "data based" primary care physician should be able to!

Enhanced communication and behavioral skills dealing with patients, family members, staff members, colleagues and end of life care including withdrawal of care, advance directives, power of attorney, involving hospital ethics committees, inappropriate relations with patients, staff members, giving and receiving gifts etc are increasingly being tested.

To do well on Step 3, you not only need to know how to come up with differential diagnosis, you need to be able to pick the top diagnosis or its complication which is most concerning and sometimes most life threatening or other times the most likely in the given demographic and determine the next best step in diagnosis or management or the next initial step and so on...

And now you also need to be able to answer mechanisms of diseases and drugs, complications, disease associations, disease prevention and national screening guidelines for healthy and specific at risk population!!!

If you're interested in passing the USMLE Step 3 the very first time or in your next attempt, please contact us online or by calling us at 8034935573 today!!!

If you are a busy Resident or an IMG in need of focused guidance/tutoring or would like to Sign Up for the more Comprehensive 2 month USMLE Step 3 Individualized One-on-One Review (Available Globally via Skype or In-Person in Houston, Texas 77070), please give us a call.

Preparation for USMLE Step 3 has become more challenging for busy Residents and IMGs alike due to its extensive content outline, unique question formats (Pharmaceutical Advertisement-Drug Ad-Format and Abstract Format) and CCS cases and the availability of such varied preparation materials filled with out-of-date management strategies leading to increasing confusion among Step 3 test takers.

The lack of success among Doctors going through expensive classroom style USMLE Step 3 preparation programs and the ones' watching various Step 3 video series and going through popular Step 3 Q-Banks has led to growing frustration among USMLE Step 3 test takers.

The High Failure Rate among IMG Residents has led to increasing pressure on the IMGs to Pass USMLE Step 3 even before they start Residency as more and more IMGs are now unable to secure a Residency Spot without passing USMLE Step 3 making matters worse. At the same time procrastination on the part of some Residents who delay taking their Step 3 until their 2nd or 3rd Year are increasingly finding it difficult to pass Step 3 in their first attempt which might impact their chances of securing the Fellowships of their choice. Some Residents are unable to pass their USMLE Step 3 even in 2 or 3 attempts and are increasingly being let go from various Residency Programs.

To eliminate such confusion and to help everyone pass their USMLE Step 3 in as little as 2 months, BEST USMLE TUTOR has launched the Online and In-Person USMLE STEP 3 PREP Individualized Review Program.

If you have Failed USMLE Step 3 once or even several times, but are willing to work hard once again, please don't lose hope as BEST USMLE TUTOR is willing to take you as a Student and do all the hard work for you to bring you to the level which will ensure your Success in your next USMLE Step 3 attempt.

Whether you simply need a guidance session or are finding USMLE Step 3 preparation a challenge or have failed your USMLE Step 3 before, we would love to hear from you and listen to your USMLE Step 3 story and assist you in every way possible to help to achieve the USMLE Step 3 success that you rightfully deserve.

BEST USMLE TUTOR understands that Passing USMLE Step 3 is Critical in your Success and Failure on USMLE Step 3 is something that can be prevented as well as FIXED!!!

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Failed USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK or Step 3? There is still hope for you.

Failed USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK or Step 3? There is still hope for you.

Best Tips Guidance and Tutoring that will help you Excel while Retaking or taking USMLE Steps 1, 2CK and Step 3.

If you're ready to forgive yourself for your previous unsuccessful attempts at USMLE Steps and are ready to move on and ready to gain specific insights so as to be able to prevent another failed attempt, you have a lot to gain from Dr. Harish Malik's 11 plus years experience in helping students Retake their USMLE Steps by helping them overcome all that was preventing them from doing well on their USMLE Exams.

The Good News is that all is not lost because you failed on your USMLE Step and that with additional focused and dedicated hard work and sacrifice, you can still get into a Residency Program One day Practice Medicine with a full Medical Medical License like many others who didn't give up on their USMLE dreams and made them a reality!

We understand that preparing for re-taking your USMLE Steps can be overwhelming, but, there is always hope when you have Dr. Malik on your side. 

With him you will learn Medicine and Master the Art and Science of Art of Answering Clinical Vignettes using practical examples, and can help anyone who works hard pass all their USMLE Steps within 6 months no matter where their knowledge and skill level was before meeting him. 

He makes concepts ridiculously easy and will reignite your love of medicine. Think of him as an investment in yourself. Let him guide you & do the work and your confidence and practice exam scores will significantly jump within a short period. 

Don't just take our word for it, do your own research, and talk to his previous students. 

Reach out today, if you think you need help. 

Hard work in the Right direction can work miracles for you, and misdirected effort can lead you to another disappointing Failed attempt or a low USMLE Score.

Schedule a Meeting with Dr. Harish Malik today!

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We are not saying that it's going to be easy this time, but you MUST maintain firm belief in your goals of continuing your journey of practicing Medicine after finishing Residency, Fellowship and obtaining a full Medical License and continue to think positive. 

Break your illusion of false sense of understanding of medical concepts with Dr. Malik.

We know that USMLE Exams are anxiety provoking the first time around for everyone, and can be nerve wrecking for those retaking these Steps!

If you want to find out what you can do differently this time around with your USMLE Step preparation to not only Pass but to reach your Highest USMLE Step score this time around, I will help you gain insights into your prior attempts for Free and provide Free Tips and Remedial Guidance for the next attempt!


Pass USMLE Step 1 in 3-5 weeks with One-on-One USMLE Tutoring with Dr. Harish Malik.

Get to 80+% on NBME Self Assessments with 99% chance of passing USMLE Step 1 within 3-5 weeks with Dr. Harish Malik's 1on1 online USMLE Step 1 tutoring. 

As predicted, failed attempts more than doubled for USMD and USDO students in 2022 (up from usual 6% in 2021 to 10-15% for most schools).

Taking Step 1 lightly because of Pass/Fail transition was a huge mistake for these students who failed their Step 1 and needless to say this will affect their Step 2 CK scores as well where scores will determine Matching!

Spring Season which is fast approaching is USMLE Step 1 Season for M2/MS2 (Second Year Medical Students): Dedicated study period for USMLE Step 1 has already begun for this year (2023) for a vast majority of American/US Medical Students in their Second Year attending an M.D. or a DO Medical School.

No-one is self-made, it is great to have the most effective as well as most experienced USMLE Step 1 tutor Dr. Malik on your side while preparing for the toughest exam of your life.
Even though USMLE Step 1 is now only Pass/Fail, you still can't afford to fail it and the worst part is that the passing score report will not give you any idea as to whether you barely passed, performed average, above average, or aced it. 
So, my recommendation would be to prepare for Step 1 as if your life depends on it, because it will make it so much easier to ace USMLE Step 2 CK, which is still being scored, and your Step 2 CK score will be the "main objective determinant" of the residency program selection committee.
However, if you manage to fail USMLE Step 1, your performance will be broken down in comparison to Low Pass to help you better prepare for your next USMLE Step 1 attempt.

My most effective online one-on-one last minute and emergency USMLE Step 1 tutoring services now available globally. Get in touch before it's too late! 

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Thank you for stopping by, and like always, I promise to do my best to help you do your best on USMLE Step 1.

Yours truly,
Dr. Harish Malik

Free Links for USMLE Preparation

Free Links for USMLE Preparation.

Best USMLE Tutor will create a USMLE Tutoring Schedule that will fit your Budget, Timeline and Score Expectations! Free USMLE Preparation Links. Build a strong foundation during medical school with these High Yield Medical Links.

How to make the most out of your time, money and study habits while preparing for your USMLE Steps? 

Watch this BEST USMLE TUTOR's YouTube Video and the continue reading below...

Follow these easy steps to make the most out of your study time:

Build your medical vocabulary: Learn Greek and Latin prefixes, roots and suffixes pertaining to medicine found on USMLE/ CBSE/ NBME/ COMLEX/ NBOME Steps from the following two links: 

Build your pharmaceutical vocabulary found on USMLE/ CBSE/ NBME/ COMLEX/ NBOME Steps: Learn Pharmacology drug prefixes and suffixes found on USMLE Steps from the following two links:

Build your specific pharmaceutical vocabulary found on USMLE/ CBSE/ NBME/ COMLEX/ NBOME Steps: Learn about Monoclonal antibody (-mabs) nomenclature, -mibs, -nabs and -nibs from the following link:
Build your Numbers Vocabulary as it pertains to the medical school with respect to Life stages - age groups, demographics and disease burden, epidemiology, life stages and populations, family life, race, ethnicity, nationality or region (travel medicine, immigrant population etc.), disability and risk factors, injuries, deaths and mortality data, leading causes of death, Disease conditions, vital signs (adult vs pediatric vs neonatal) and their correct contextual interpretation from CDC FastStats, memorize 3 pages of normal laboratory values from sample items for Step 1, Step 2 CK and Step 3 from USMLE website and significance of increase or decrease of lab values with respect to time/duration, relevant physiology, pharmacology and biostatistics formulae: Learn the significance of numbers found in medicine and USMLE/ CBSE/ NBME/ COMLEX/ NBOME Steps from the following Links:
Build your high yield medical images vocabulary for medical school relevant images (ECGs, Radiology, Immunology, Gross Anatomy, Histology, Electron microscopy, Urine, Blood, CSF, ENT, Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Cardiology, Pulmonology, Gastrointestinal, Renal and Reproductive etc.) found on USMLE/ CBSE/ NBME/ COMLEX/ NBOME Steps from the following links:
Build your medical school/ medicine related high yield sound vocabulary for USMLE/CBSE/NBME/COMLEX/NBOME Steps for those questions where you have to actually listen to heart or lung sounds to reach a diagnosis or choose a management step from the following links:

Once you have Mastered the language of medicine using the above links which is critical (often overlooked by most medical students) to the enjoyment of medical school, practice of medicine as well as of extreme importance for the High Yield preparation and scoring higher on your USMLE/ CBSE/ NBME/ COMLEX/ NBOME Steps, you move on to the Next Step: 

Mastery of Medical Knowledge Integration Skills.

In order to master medical knowledge integration skills, please watch this BEST USMLE TUTOR's Video on YouTube before continuing...

After Mastering Medical Knowledge Integration, you should quickly review First Aid for USMLE Step relevant to your Step and then Get Ready to do Uworld QBank in it's entirety in less than 2 weeks and do all the relevant NBME/NBOME as well as Free USMLE/ COMLEX tutorial questions.

Watch this next BEST USMLE TUTOR's Video to get better at answering questions found on USMLE/ CBSE/ NBME/ COMLEX/ NBOME Steps before continuing...

Our Live Online USMLE Clinical Vignettes (USMLE MCQ/ questions) answering Skill Building Sessions can help you score 20-30 points higher in a matter of hours. Contact us today to learn more...

Once you are done with Standardizing your Medical Language (using all the Free USMLE links, videos and our Live USMLE Skill Building Sessions) and knowledge integration and memorization skills it's time to take a Baseline NBME/ NBOME and then pick up UWorld Qbank for Step 1, Step 2 CK or USMLE Step 3. Watch the following Best USMLE Tutor's YouTube Video about how to best use UWorld QBank during your medical school as well as your dedicated 3-6 week USMLE Preparation time right before taking your USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK or USMLE Step 3. 

Thank you for reading. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach out. 

Good Luck on your USMLE Steps!


Most effective Anxiety lowering tips for students preparing for USMLE Steps

Most effective Anxiety lowering tips for students preparing for USMLE Steps.

Lower your anxiety and fear of taking the USMLE Steps by Scheduling your Free 1-1 Live Online USMLE Guidance/ Tips/ Tutoring demo today...

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My USMLE Tutoring services will provide you with the most effective, efficient and highest yield USMLE preparation experience while lowering your anxiety and fear of taking your USMLE Steps 1, 2CK and 3.

Whether you are just looking for some USMLE preparation tips, strategies, general information or specific guidance, high yield resources or private USMLE tutoring, you have reached the home of the most experienced one-on-one adaptive individualized live online USMLE tutoring!

I invite you to Schedule your Absolutely Free Live Online One-on-One USMLE Tutoring Demo to get Free USMLE guidance, tips, strategy planning, information, study plan, and experience the very Best in Online One-on-One USMLE Tutoring!

Feel free to contact me online through the website, or simply pick up your phone and call us at 8034935573 and leave us a detailed message for us to get back to you or simply use my Live Chat tool to schedule your Free Online USMLE Tutoring Demo.

We help lower USMLE anxiety and fear, build/ re-build individual student  confidence, stamina, focus, restore their love of medicine, sky rocket their medical knowledge, MCQs and CCS skills by providing them with a much deeper understanding of the human machine.

I also recommend using a host of weblinks to help you improve your medical language vocabulary pertaining to medical word parts, pharmacology, numbers used in medicine, medical images and medical sounds. I will also help improve your MCQ/ Clinical Vignette reading, interpretation and answering skills by walking you through your mistakes. I will provide you with tips and tricks that will help you stay focused under stressful and anxiety provoking USMLE testing conditions. I will help you put an end to debate by teaching you how to narrow down the answers, help you build immense stamina, boost your knowledge and confidence to help lower your test taking anxiety and curb your USMLE fear and even get you excited about taking your USMLE Step. 

Every student needs and circumstances are unique and I would love to hear your USMLE Story and use my over 10 years, 40K hours of exclusive Full Time USMLE Tutoring experience and help you put your USMLE anxiety and fears to rest. 

Thank you and Welcome to the Best Adaptive One-on-One Online USMLE Tutoring. 

Thank you for Choosing our USMLE Tutoring Services!

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Dr. Harish Malik's Private Online 1-1 Tutoring for USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK as well as Step 3

Dr. Harish Malik's Private Online 1-1 Tutoring for USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK as well as Step 3.

Every medical student and doctor preparing for their USMLE Steps 1, 2 CK or USMLE Step 3 can benefit from using Best USMLE Tutor's live, individualized, private, adaptive, online one on one USMLE tutoring services that will coach and mentor you towards your USMLE Goal: Just Pass it to get to your highest possible score with Best available USMLE help.

Try my up and down (2 solvent approach) to learning Medicine to get ready for USMLE and score higher.

Watch these 4 Videos in less than 4 minutes to get an idea...

If you like my approach to understanding the human body mechanics and disease pathogenesis, you will enjoy my approach to answering USMLE questions even more!

Get in touch with me today and get started with your USMLE Preparation in a One on One setting. My Live Online USMLE Tutoring sessions are the Best way to prepare for your USMLE Steps 1, 2 CK as well as Step 3.

Looking forward to helping you excel on your USMLE Steps!

PS: Tutoring is also available for NBME CBSE Comp Exams, Clinical clerkship NBME Shelf exams as well as NBOME and all COMLEX Levels!

Thank you,

Dr. Harish Malik

Tips to Increase your low scores on UWorld, Amboss, and NBME Self Assessments while preparing for your USMLE Step Exams?

Tips to Increase your low scores on UWorld, Amboss, and NBME Self Assessments while preparing for your USMLE Step Exams? Getting low scores ...