We are proud to provide an A to Z guide about the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE™) and your journey to medical licensure in the United States. Our purpose is to provide you all the information and guidance about taking the exams and getting into residency.  
     
 
We are proud to provide an A to Z guide about the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE™) and your journey to medical licensure in the United States. Our purpose is to provide you all the information and guidance about taking the exams and getting into residency. Doing the right thing at the right time is the key to success. The most important factor in getting into a good residency program of your choice is information. We strongly believe that the lack of information is the biggest drawback an IMG experiences. Although it is getting progressively more difficult each year to get into the US medical system with various programs cutting down their positions, with a goal of reducing the total number of positions (140%) offered earlier to a targeted 110%. We provide an accurate understanding of current USMLE policies and procedures to the best of our knowledge to help you beat the competition. Our aim is to translate your test anxiety into more efficient preparation and to nourish you with all the information required to be a Doctor in United States of America.
 
     
 
Since 1992, the USMLE replaced both the Federation Licensing Examination (FLEX) and the Certifying examinations of the NBME. The USMLE now serves as the single examination system for United States medical students and international medical graduates seeking medical licensure in the United States. It is a computer-based test that consists of three steps. To take the USMLE Step, you must meet the basic Eligibility requirements. The USMLE is designed to assess a physician’s ability to apply knowledge, concepts, and principles that are) important in health and disease and that constitute the basis of safe and effective patient care. All three Steps of the USMLE must be completed within seven-year period to obtain a state medical license. Results of USMLE are reported to medical licensing authorities in the United States for use in granting the initial license to practice medicine.
 
     
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