Friday, August 24, 2012

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 who has trained several thousand successful health care professionals including many doctors Launches BEST USMLE TUTOR  [a one of its kind Novel One-on-One  Focused and Individualized, Diagnostic and Remedial (FIDR) Tutoring  Service available in over 50 subjects] believes that the best way to Improve USMLE pass rates is to learn Medicine using his Real Life Analogies (RLA) approach.  

Dr. Harish Malik of Elite Tutoring Service uses his RLA approach to teach his students, generate patient teaching strategies, and breakdown difficult to comprehend medical concepts, diseases processes, diagnostic and treatment modalities for them in a simple to understand language to help them in making the optimal evidence based decisions to help them succeed in passing USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK, Step 2 CS, and Step 3 Exams.

BEST USMLE TUTOR's Sample of Real Life Analogy (RLA) approach:

To explain Immune System to a Student/Patient: Inflammation is defined as nonspecific (innate) localized tissue response to injury (Mnemonic for causes of injury is VINDICATE ME – please read my earlier post “What is our immune system and how does it work?”) It is classified as acute, sub-acute or chronic based on the severity and onset. The type of cells and mediators involved are different just like the Real Life Analogy (RLA) scenario where different forces are deployed by us for the repair process and containment of damage with different types of conflicts (pathogens) or damages (non-infectious causes) done to our world, whether these involve one person, a family, community, city, county, state or a nation. For example the Marines (Analogous to IgM – a pentamer Immunoglobulin and Neutrophils – phagocytic cell- seen in Acute Inflammation) usually go in right after the intelligence is gathered using drones or secret service agents (Cell Mediators and signaling involving T-Helper (CD4) cells) and presented (APCs – Antigen Presenting Cells like the Microglial cells in Brain, Dendritic cells in Skin, Kupffer cells in Liver, Mesangial cells in Kidneys) to make the situation on the ground conducive for the Ground forces (IgG – a monomer Immunoglobulin and Lymphocytes, Macrophages and Giant cells – which are syncytial macrophages seen in Chronic Inflammation trying to contain the pathogens) to take over and maintain a neutralizing force until the situation is returned very close to normal. A memory of the injury/conflict is kept in the form of T and B memory cells for future rapid response to a similar situation……..(excerpt taken from Online Health Expert BEST USMLE TUTOR Dr. Harish Malik's story of Lymphatic and the Immune System).

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Dear Best USMLE Tutor Customer:


USMLE Step 1

USMLE Step 1 which consists of 322 multiple choice questions (MCQs) divided into 7 blocks of 46 questions each. Two types of multiple choice questions are seen on this test are: 

1) MCQs with only single one best answer, and 

2) MCQs with single patient-centered vignette sequential item sets. 

The Step 1 is designed to test the basic sciences knowledge of doctors and is taken during the Second year of Medical School.


USMLE STEP 2 CK consists of a maximum of 355 multiple choice questions (MCQs) divided into 8 blocks of maximum 45 questions each. The Step 2 CK consists of three types of questions: 

1) single one best answer questions,

2) sequential item sets containing single-patient clinical vignettes, and 

3) matching sets. 

The Step 2 CK assesses the Clinical Knowledge of Fourth year U.S. Medical Students and International Medical Graduates (IMGs). It requires a three-digit score of 196 to pass the USMLE Step 2 CK. It tests the clinical application of the integrated basic knowledge in all medical/surgical specialties.


USMLE Step 2 CS is a Standardized Patient-Based Exam designed to evaluate the competency in the Bed-Side Manners, English Communication Skills, Cultural Awareness, and Clinical Skills - History and Physical (including telephone patient encounters, caregiver or family encounters), Diagnostic, Clinical Decision Making, Evaluation and Management skills, and Computerized Documentation skills using Standard EMR/EHR (Patient Note) of 4th year U.S. Medical students and International Medical Graduates before starting a Medical/Surgical Residency in the United States.  

The time provided for each encounter is 15 minutes and 10 minutes for Patient Note. 

The three areas that are evaluated and scored separately need to be passed independently in order to pass the USMLE Step 2 CS. These areas include: Integrated Clinical Encounter (ICE), Communication and Interpersonal Skills (CIS), and Spoken English Proficiency (SEP).

It is only administered in the U.S. in the following 5 cities:

1) Philadelphia,

2) Atlanta,

3) Chicago,

4) Los Angeles, and

5) Houston.

USMLE Step 3

USMLE Step 3 is the Final Examination in the USMLE Exam series and tests the examinee in their application of biomedical and clinical science knowledge which is considered essential for the unsupervised practice of medicine in the United States. 

The Step 3 focuses on the generalist medical practice with emphasis on ambulatory care. It consists of Multiple Choice Questions and the Primum Computer-based Case Simulations. 

The examinee must satisfactorily pass the USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK, USMLE Step 2 CS in order to be eligible to take USMLE Step 3 which can only be taken in the United States.

USMLE Step 3 is a two-day exam:

First Day - 336 MCQs divided into 7 Blocks of 48 questions each, and

Second Day - 144 MCQs divided into 4 Blocks of 36 questions followed by four hours of 12 Primum Computer-based Case Simulations.

Please Call ONLINE HEALTH EXPERT's "BEST USMLE TUTOR" Hotline Number 803-493-5573 to learn more about RLA and FIDR USMLE Sessions that are Revolutionizing USMLE Preparation Globally.