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USMLE Step 3 has undergone changes that has made Passing Step 3 more challenging.. Read more...

Are you looking to Pass USMLE Step 3 in your First Attempt or have you Failed USMLE Step 3 once, twice or more number of times and would like to dramatically improve your chances of doing well on USMLE Step 3? Whether you are a busy Resident or an IMG looking to pass USMLE Step 3, BEST USMLE TUTOR is your Best bet at Beating the Odds of failing USMLE Step 3 in your next attempt.  USMLE Step 3 has undergone some changes such as the total number of questions per block has decreased but the length of questions has dramatically increased and the number of Abstracts and Drug Advertisments have more than doubled. There is more basic sciences questions making passing Step 3 harder simply because the students taking Step 3 have been so far out from their study of the basic science topics. Click on the link Below to Review USMLE Step 3 Changes on FSMB Website:
USMLE STEP 3 CHANGES
CCS portion of the Exam remains unchanged f…

Failed USMLE Step 1, 2CK or 3 - Here is one of the most often neglected reason...

Doctors and Medical Students from everywhere come to BEST USMLE TUTOR Dr. Harish Malik after failing several times on each USMLE Step on a daily basis. Some of these students use the Best resources for months and months..and some even for more than a year...waste enormous amount of time, money and wated energy and effort and dig a perpetual well of negativity from which we have been able to dig out a vast majority of those uninformed lost souls!

What typically goes wrong with USMLE Step 1, 2 CK and Step 3 preparation for uninformed students - here's one vastly overlooked aspect of it...taking too long to prepare for it...what BEST USMLE TUTOR Dr. MALIK likes to call the USMLE over-kill effect!!!!

Lot of students who are preparing for USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK and USMLE Step 3 take too long to prepare because of trying to gain in depth knowledge of the material tested..which by the ways is truely endless...and their forgetting curve gets ahead of the…

Pass USMLE STEP 2 CK in 2 months with BEST USMLE TUTOR

BEST USMLE TUTOR'S USMLE STEP 2 CK PASS RATE FOR 2016 WAS 100%. NO WONDER WE TAKE PRIDE IN BEING CALLED BEST USMLE TUTOR.

Average score increase for USMLE Step 2 CK students for BEST USMLE TUTOR is 47 points (30-60 points) within 4-6 weeks for 1st time test takers and 6-8 weeks for those retaking Step 2 CK.

Some USMLE STEP 2 CK students improved by 40 points within 4 weeks of preparation with BEST USMLE TUTOR.

Pass rate for 1st time USMLE Step 2 CK test takers has been 100% after preparation with BEST USMLE TUTOR where as for those retesting was also 100% for 2016 and 80% for 2015.

PASS RATE FOR AMGs and IMGs was USMLE STEP 2 CK was 100%.

Lowest score on USMLE Step 2 CK for BEST USMLE TUTOR was 217 and the highest score was 248 for 2016.

BEST USMLE TUTOR does not offer any form of Guarantee that students preparing with us will definitely pass their USMLE Step 2 CK in their First or Repeat attempt due to the nature of the exam and uncontrollable…

Happy New Year 2017 to All Medical Students and Doctors preparing for USMLE Steps 1, 2CK, 2CS or Step 3.

BEST USMLE TUTOR's USMLE STEP 1 PREP, USMLE STEP 2 CK PREP, USMLE STEP 2 CS PREP AND USMLE STEP 3 PREP IS THE BEST ONE-ON-ONE USMLE HELP THAT YOU CAN GET.



Call us at 8034935573 today if you feel that you may not be at a target score where you want to be...don't procrastinate and please don't take the USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK, USMLE Step 2 CS or USMLE Step 3 and risk Failure or WORSE A LOW JUST PASSING OR BELOW AVERAGE SCORE. So, please give us a call and Schedule your First FREE ONLINE Complimentary Session to find out what can be done to help you reach your target score.



If you have failed any USMLE Step and are planning to Retake it, please schedule a complimentary Free Session by filling out our Contact Form or calling us at 8034935573. Please do not forget to leave your details and a good phone number for us to be able to reach you back.



After failing a USMLE Step, approaching the failed Step again…