Materials Employed by Medical Students Preparing for Subject Examinations: Supporting Collection Development (Brief Communications) (Report)

Materials Employed by Medical Students Preparing for Subject Examinations: Supporting Collection Development (Brief Communications) (Report)

INTRODUCTION Medical students in the United States are tested extensively throughout their four years of medical school, including both regular course examinations and standardized tests. The first standardized examination encountered by US medical students is the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) step one, produced by the National Board of Medical Educators (NBME), taken upon completion of the second year of training. Passing this examination is a significant milestone in the medical school curriculum, as most schools require students to pass before promotion to the third year [1].

Materials Employed by Medical Students Preparing for Subject Examinations: Supporting Collection Development (Brief Communications) (Report)



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