NOTICE OF CHANGE: USMLE Attempt Limit Policy

The USMLE program is changing the limit on the total number of times an examinee may take the same Step or Step Component. After this policy is implemented, an examinee will be ineligible to take a Step or Step Component if the examinee has made four (4) or more prior attempts on that Step or Step Component, including incomplete attempts. This policy change will reduce the total number of attempts an examinee may take per Step or Step Component from six (6) to four (4). The new policy will be implemented no earlier than July 1, 2021.

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USMLE Step 1 Live Lecture

High yield USMLE live lecture classes, learn the How and Why, custom tailored study plan, 1 on 1 tutoring for Steps 1 -3 with MD’s/DO’s.

Our comprehensive review covers all the basic medical sciences in an organ system based approach known as the “POWER 5.”

The POWER 5 approach is designed to teach a major system and correlate it to the previous one presented. This approach takes the memorization out of medicine and shows you that all the organs are connected through physiology. As each week passes here at the program, you will gain not only knowledge and how to apply it, but will truly enjoy the learning experience. This method allows you to have total command of the material in every situation when presented.

The live lecture is taught in a very interactive manner. This means that students are inspired to openly ask questions.  This removes the repetitive nature of most programs and their passive learning style.

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USMLE Step 2 / Step 3 Live Lecture

Our Step 2 course enables you to master difficult clinical situations and still remain confident in your management approach. Many students in preparation for Step 2 feel the key to mastering the exam is through algorithms of management. This could not be further from the truth and would be a dangerous interpretation of how to prepare for the board exams.

In order to direct the correct test to rule-in or rule-out a disease, you must first derive a set of differentials. These differentials are a derivative from your basic science understanding. Here at WOLFPACC we ensure you have a concrete understanding of the POWER 5 approach and how it applies to the clinical world. This will ensure correct management decisions are made in each and every case.

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