Posts

CBSE NBME Shelf Exam Tutoring to help you get Better Scores on USMLE Steps!

Image
CBSE NBME Tutoring and NBME Shelf Exam Tutoring is available Globally to All Medical Students going to USMD & DO Schools as well as Foreign Medical Students. Tutoring is available Online from the comfort of your home or dorm room and In-Person for those in the Houston area.  Best USMLE Tutor has been providing CBSE NBME and NBME Shelf Exam tutoring services for past 10 years and can help you improve your score in all areas tested on these Exams. NBME Shelf Exam tutoring for M3/MS3 and M4/MS4 students is available for all core specialties as well as all electives! Visit our YouTube Channel to get accustomed to my style of teaching and my integrated approach to medicine in general as well as my way of making daunting medical concepts seem incredibly simple and memorable for most students. So, if you are preparing for or struggling with or looking forward to acing your CBSE NBME Exam or your Clinical NBME Shelf Exam for your Clerkship Exam, look no further and get in touch with Best U

How to answer USMLE questions using what you already know?

Image
How to answer USMLE questions using what you already know?   Best USMLE Tutor's Dr. Harish Malik provides Free Sample below: Breaking down the clinical vignette sentence by sentence: 1) The First Sentence breakdown- Watch the Video above and subscribe to our YouTube Channel and Read below:       Focus on the entire sentence before drawing conclusion and use your imagination and try playing the role of everyone in the question including but not limited to the patient, family member or family members, teacher, friend, colleague or some nursing home staff member,   911 responders like the Police or the Paramedics etc.  and focus on the location of the chief concern and the timeline or acuity of the situation that your patient is along with the setting such as the Physician's Office vs ER vs Inpatient vs PACU, NICU etc. Pay close attention also to the location of the chief concern/ presenting complaint such as a routine exam, a pre op workup, a follow up visit, a work physical, a w

USMLE Tutoring

Image
USMLE TUTORING Why Bestusmletutor.com? How to get to 260+ on USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK & USMLE Step 3? Find out today by scheduling your Private Online USMLE Tutoring Consultation with Dr. Malik. Watch and Subscribe to Bestusmletutor Channel on YouTube and continue reading below... USMLE Tutoring at Best USMLE Tutor is customized to your USMLE Preparation Needs, Learning Style and adaps to your Testing timeline and Budget! Call Bestusmletutor today to Schedule your Complimentary Amazing Live Online One on One USMLE Tutoring Demo and Assessment Session if your goal is to reach your Best on your USMLE Steps 1, 2 CK and Step 3. Learn Medicine and USMLE Steps using Ancient wisdom, First Principle method, Logic and Analogies with Dr. Malik to break free from your biases to satisfy your curiosity of our human mechanism! Learn to encode, decode, integrate, interpret and process medical words, numbers, images and sounds to bring medicine to life so that you can enjoy your USMLE Preparation a

USMLE Tutoring: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of Answering USMLE/ NBME Clinical Vignettes for USMLE Step 1, 2CK & 3.

Image
USMLE Tutoring: Best USMLE Tutor  answers the most Basic questions which are absolutely necessary to understand, interpret and accurately answer USMLE/ NBME Clinical Vignettes! Who of Answering USMLE/ NBME Clinical Vignettes: Who is your patient? Were they brought or came themselves? Their age (yr/mo/days/hours)? Their sex (M/F)? Their Race and Ethnicity (Caucasian/African American)? A new patient or a follow up visit? What of Answering USMLE/ NBME Clinical Vignettes: What is the purpose of their visit? Sick visit vs Chief Concern/ Complaint vs Pre-Op vs Post-Op? What are the Vitals/Labs/Image/Physical Exam findings/Video/Drug Ad or Abstarct findings? Also, MUST ANSWER WHAT IS BEING ASKED by the Question writer. When  of Answering USMLE/ NBME Clinical Vignettes: When did the problem begin? Must understand the timeline correctly and correlate any relevant changes such as medication dosage changes or addition of a new drug or deletion of any old one? Did the problem begin after a visit t

Best USMLE Tutor: Helping you reach your Best on USMLE Steps is our ONLY purpose!

Image
Best USMLE Tutor has been helping Medical Students and Doctors navigate effectively through the sea of information and misinformation available in various USMLE resources and Medical Texts, online and otherwise, by making them capable of making that distinction for themselves in order to take better care of their patients, enjoy the practice of Medicine while getting into their desired filed of study by scoring higher on their USMLE Steps.  BEST USMLE TUTOR Dr.Harish Malik   We have been able to help several hundred USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK, USMLE Step 2 CS and USMLE Step 3 students over the years at various levels of preparedness for USMLE and Medicine.  What distinguishes Best USMLE Tutor from all other USMLE Tutors is our unique ability to connect at a deeper level with medical students and doctors from highly varied backgrounds that share a common problem: Scoring high on USMLE Steps! We are experienced in dealing with students with very limited medical knowledge along with po

BEST USMLE TUTOR'S STUDENT REVIEWS FOR USMLE STEP 2 CK

Image
If you are struggling with USMLE Step 2 CK Preparation or have failed USMLE Step 2 CK and are planning to Retake USMLE Step 2 CK, Schedule your Free Skype meeting with Dr. Malik today... Please Read Our USMLE Step 2 CK Student Testimonials below: -S from Connecticut Dr. Malik is a wonderful teacher: he is very knowledgeable, cares about his students, and is also an honest and good person. I had researched and spoken with numerous tutors prior to finding Dr. Malik. Many other programs will place you with an employee; Dr. Malik is a one man show and is the real deal and is definitely the BESTUSMLETUTOR! I worked with him to prepare for Step 2 CK/CS and this past year for step 3. Working with him was worth every penny and hour I spent. He was encouraging and I still use the techniques he taught me for test taking as well as when caring for patients. He will tell you right from the start that he can’t guarantee a good or passing score, becaus