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USMLE STEP 2 CK TUTORING FACTS, FIGURES, AND EVIDENCE
USMLE STEP 2 CK
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When should you start studying for USMLE Step 2 CK? It's up to you! Many of our students work with a tutor for their Shelf Exams and Step 2 CK at the same time.
On average, students meet with their tutors 1x/week during clerkships, and 2x/week during their dedicated Step 2 CK study periods.
We place a heightened emphasis on resource guidance for Step 2 CK, and generally will recommend the resources right for your specific needs.
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Step 2 CK covers content in the following areas: internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics, preventive medicine, psychiatry, surgery, and other areas relevant to provision of care under supervision. Most Step 2 CK questions describe clinical situations, requiring students to provide a diagnosis, a prognosis, an indication of underlying mechanisms of disease, the next step in medical care, or a combination of the four.
Like Step 1, Step 2 CK frequently expects test-takers to provide accurate tabular, graphic, and data interpretations. It also requires interpretation of imaging studies and photographs of gross and microscopic pathologic specimens.
The highest possible score on Step 2 CK is theoretically 300. The average and passing scores are meaningfully higher than Step 1. Passing requires a 214 and the national average is 237.
IMPORTANT: Step 2 CK scores are becoming increasingly required and important in residency decisions.
Note: While Step 2 CS was formally discontinued as of Jan 2021, we still provide support for med school specific-OSCE exams in both pre-clinical and clinical years.