Our past test-takers shared their USMLE success stories. Hope you find them inspiring.
“I just found out I scored 244/99 on USMLE Step 2 CK. I know I didn't take full advantage of your help after the course was over, but as I went over the notes again and again, the words just seemed to stick, and I finally didn't feel panicked or overwhelmed while I was studying, or while taking the exam. The course notes were pivotal to my success. Anyway, thank you for all your help, especially helping me find the confidence I needed to take the exam again.”
“I just wanted to let you know that I took my exam on Jul 13 and got the results this week and I PASSED!!! I got a 208, which is almost 30 points higher than I got the last 2 times I took it. I know I could've done a little better if I had postponed my exam longer, but I was reaching the point where I just couldn't study anymore. But considering my history with these exams (i.e., having failed twice earlier), I am extremely happy with the result. Your lecture notes was an inspiration; everyth...
"Happy New Year, I just got my result today, I passed with a score of 238, thank you very much. I must say that your lectures were right on point and were a pleasure to read. Every topic I got tested on was straight from the course notes. I was stunned by the amazing precision throughout my exam."
“Nirag just scored 236. I am the happiest father in the world today. Thank you for helping my son get an excellent score on USMLE Step 2 CK. Your lectures and notes were right on target.”
“I just got my Step 2 score. The attached score report showing 242/99 should make your day. Thanks for helping me on both Step 1 and Step 2 CK.”
“Today I am a proud father of an Albany Medical College graduate because of the excellent lectures and services you rendered to my son. Not only was he able to score among the highest in his class, he received an invite to apply to the Neurology residency program based solely on his mastery of the information in your Neurology lecture notes Taking your class earned him 246 and using your notes during his rotation impressed the faculty so much that he earned a residency position”