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About The USMLE

The USMLE, or "United States Medical Licensing Examination", is a 3-stage exam that everyone who wants to practice medicine in the USA (including those who have graduated from medical schools in the United States) must take.

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What is the USMLE Exam?

Opportunity to Become a Medical Doctor in America

The “United States Medical Licensing Examination” is the general name for a series of exams required to apply for state licenses to practice medicine in the United States. Passing the USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK and USMLE Step 2 CS exams can be entered on the path to specialization in the USA. The USMLE Step 3 exam, on the other hand, is required to apply for a “full” license, not to enter the specialty path. Fully licensed physicians can apply for an H-1 visa in some states.

The first 2 exams are in Ankara and the third exam is in the USA. The first two exams can also be taken while a medical student. The third exam, step 2-CS, replaces the previously requested TOEFL and measures both your clinical ability and your English.

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USMLE Exam Steps

The USMLE Step 1 Exam is an exam consisting of questions provided by faculty members of medical schools located in the United States of America, where basic medical sciences are tested. The USMLE Level 1 exam is the first of all USMLE exams and is one of the requirements of the ECFMG certification and the NBME organization is responsible for its content.

The USMLE Step 2 CK (Clinical Knowledge) exam is an exam in which clinical sciences are tested and the content is prepared by faculty members of medical schools within the borders of the United States. The USMLE Step 2 CK exam is the second of all USMLE exams and is divided into two parts in itself. While the first part of the Step 2 exam is only a theoretical exam that tests clinical knowledge, Step 2 CS (Clinical Skills) is an exam that tests the practical application of clinical knowledge (such as patient examination) and tests theoretical and practical knowledge together. Step 2 CK includes the theoretical exam, the mechanisms of diseases, etiology, pathophysiology and treatment modalities in the most general sense.

USMLE Step 2 CS (Clinical Skills) exam is the second step of the second level USMLE exams described as USMLE Step 2. This exam is an exam in which practical applications are tested in addition to the first step, the Step 2 CK exam. This exam is administered in 5 different centers in the United States: Los Angeles (CA), Chicago (IL), Philadelphia (PA), Atlanta (GA) and Houston (TX).

Step 3 assesses whether you can apply the medical knowledge and understanding of biomedical and clinical science required for unsupervised practice of medicine, with an emphasis on patient management in outpatient settings. It is the final exam in the USMLE series and allows for license to practice medicine without supervision.


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