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USMLEasy Trial — Tougher Questions. Easier Boards.

04/09/10  Portland, OR

 

USMLEasy delivers exactly what you need to prepare for the USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK, and Step 3. You'll find thousands of online questions covering all the disciplines and organ systems covered on the exam — along with powerful customization features that allow you to focus on the topics you need to master and bypass what you already know. USMLEasy makes the questions hard, so passing is easy.

 

Access:  https://login.liboff.ohsu.edu/login?url=http://www.usmleasy.com

 

If you're off-campus and don't have a library barcode, you can apply for one online at:  http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/library/services/forms/barcode.cfm

 

IMPORTANT:  You don't need a username and password to access USMLEasy – you can create a personal account to view personal progress reports or construct tests out of unseen or previously incorrectly answered questions.  That's what the "Personal Account Login"you'll see on the main page is for!  It's not required and you can use the product without logging in, as an "anonymous user".

 

To help inform our purchasing decision, please give us your feedback on USMLEasy:  http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/9RR665R

 

 

More information:

 

Step 1: 2,000+ USMLE-format questions

Step 2 CK: 4,000 USMLE-format questions

Step 3: 800+ USMLE-format questions

 

All questions are derived from McGraw-Hill's leading series of test prep books, including PreTest.

 

Targeted remediation based on test results — links to free selected readings from AccessMedicine's Lange Library.

 

Robust Performance Profile allows you to track your results performance by topic and your test scores over time.

 

All questions reviewed by recent test-takers to be certain they reflect the very latest style and content of the exams.

 

Customization features that allow you to:

  • Create exams sorted by discipline, organ system, or subspecialty; or create a set of randomly selected questions 
  •   Time your test or practice at your own pace
  • Take tests composed of unseen questions or re-take tests composed of previously incorrectly answered questions
  •   Use reporting tools via a personal profile that allows you to track your performance and compare your score to others