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Take a free trial, and discover USMLE® Easy™ --an innovative study tool that helps students:

  • Prepare for the USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK, and Step 3 exams with more than 11,000 practice questions that mimic the style and content of actual exams.
  • View results immediately along with detailed explanations.
  • Tailor a study plan based on a skills report.
  • Save time and focus on trouble spots with adaptive learning technology.
  • Track progress and performance on the dashboard.
  • Master all the key topics on the exam with selected lectures and readings from AccessMedicine®’s LANGE Library. Access USMLE Easy anywhere on a phone, tablet, or computer.
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Why USMLE Easy?

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Expert content on any device

  • Content developed by world-renowned experts in their fields—the best minds in medicine
  • Moderated, curated, and continually updated by an expert team of content and platform specialists
  • Content is easily searchable and can be viewed, watched and listened to on any device
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Accessible on and off campus

  • Students and faculty can log in while in the library, in class, on work experience, on the go or at home
  • Off-campus access ensures users can lean on point of care resources, diagnostic tools and more when applying theory in a practical setting
  • All you need is a WiFi connection to log in to AccessMedicine. Explore the full range of content, tools and resources across any device
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Covers all subjects and teaching approaches

  • Covers the full range of subjects taught in medical schools—from first year to residency/training and on to clinical practice
  • Supports a variety of medical education teaching approaches: traditional, integrated, case-based, problem-based, flipped classroom

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