Our Board simulated Test Mode gives you the feel of the real exam while the Tutor Mode features an elegant and user-friendly UI
Qbank cross-referenced to the 2017, 2018 and 2019 versions of the popular textbook
Innovative feature highlights the key information in a question vignette, designed to hone your test taking skills
Short and sharp videos from Yale and Harvard physicians are integrated into question explanations, reinforcing key concepts
Benchmark your performance against your peers with a powerful performance dashboard
Access questions from the Qbank even when you're offline using the cutting-edge Pastest USMLE app
Easy to use and logic-provoking questions! Attractive, intuitive interface - referenced material from 2017 FA (none of the other question banks are updated yet!) - a good array of questions - I would say one of the more challenging question banks for the go-getters. Highly recommend!
I used Pastest for USMLE Step 1 last year and it was a great resource. I completed the whole question bank before uworld and I really think it helped warm me up. There were a lot of questions on Pastest that you don't see on uworld and I'm confident that helped during my exam. In regards to the system, it's very easy to use and navigate. The home page give a nice summary of overall score so far. And most important I love the customer service at Pastest!! They are very responsive, quick, smart and friendly.
...such a good resource for learning material for USMLE Step 1. Would recommend to anyone! Also I have submitted feedback a couple of times on questions, and the response was really fast!
Trusted Company :) Excellent set of questions, very similar to the USMLE Step 1 and certainly a good place to start.
Pastest has a solid USMLE Qbank for STEP 1 and the interface is pristine. I like both the website and the Android app. Everything is simple and easy to navigate as well!
The questions seem to be over highly tested and relevant material and there is an equal mix of clinical vignette type questions as well as standard recall type questions, which serve as a useful tool for memorization of some key points.
The United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is a three-step exam for medical licensure in the United States. USMLE Step 1 is the first of the three exam stages aimed at assessing a physician’s ability to provide safe and effective patient care.
Step 1 is a one-day examination divided into seven 60-minute blocks over the course of eight hours. The number of USMLE Step 1 questions in each block varies but does not exceed 40. All of the Step 1 questions have a vignette and a Single Best Answer (SBA). This means you must select the one best answer out of at least five potentials which may also be plausible. You can read more about the exam format and strategies for success in our Ultimate Guide to the USMLE Step 1 Exam.
Practicing sample USMLE Step 1 questions is a great way to prep for the Step 1 exam. The Pastest USMLE Step 1 Qbank provides you with thousands of high-yield Step 1 questions and our test mode includes a realistic boards-style interface.
The Pastest USMLE Step 1 subscription also includes content and functions to enhance your Step 1 preparation. In our main Qbank bite-sized videos explain difficult concepts, dynamic explanations give you detailed feedback on both correct and incorrect answers and Contextual Clues highlight key concepts in patient vignettes.
The innovative and unique Progressive System uses a case-based, multi-discipline approach to allow you to build foundational knowledge and develop the critical thinking competencies vital for Step 1 exam performance. Finally, our self-assessment tests will help you to evaluate your progress toward becoming test ready.
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