Studying can be stressful. So, if you can ease your study stress with beautiful Caribbean view, why not? For medical students preparing for the Unites States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), WOLFPACC offers a picturesque locale for learning medicine more effectively. Among its three locations is the luxe Caribe Hilton in San Juan,Puerto Rico.
Founded by Dr. Hans Wolf, MD, the program’s Physician Achievement Concept Courses help medical students better prepare for each of the USMLE steps by changing the way they approach studying medicine – with an emphasis on understanding and applying basic building blocks of medicine rather than simply memorizing facts.
Each year, Dr. Wolf takes his revolutionary method to beautiful Puerto Rico in a four-week course available to students slated to take Steps 1, 2 or 3 of the USMLE. Classes are housed in the 4-star Caribe Hilton, where students enjoy spectacular sunsets, a turquoise blue sea and gentle tropical breezes while completing their studies. The full-service hotel offers a full battery of amenities including laundry and valet service, a luxury spa, beauty salon, on-site convenience and clothing stores and a multi-lingual staff. Between classes, you’ve got an array of recreation and relaxation options including scuba diving, snorkeling, tennis, an on-site video arcade, sightseeing tours and, of course, miles of pristine beach.
Founded in 1508 by Juan Ponce de Leon, San Juan is the oldest city under the United States flag. Its Old San Juan district, designated a World Heritage Site by the United Nations, offers a living lesson in history, architecture and culture with an eclectic mix of Spanish, Afro-Cuban, Taino and Anglo influences. Yet, San Jan proper offers a more cosmopolitan experience via trendy restaurants and nightclubs, fine art museums, and high-end shopping.
If the notion of studying for your USMLE in a paradise-like setting appeals to you, call 904-209-3140 and talk with a WOLFPACC enrollment specialist about the next Puerto Rico course, slated for May 12-June 6, 2014.