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USMLE STEP 3
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Step 3 of the USMLE is designed to assess residents’ preparedness to become practicing physicians. Each test item is organized along two basic dimensions: clinical encounter frame and physician task. The encounter frames describe the circumstances under which the physician meets the patient, varying the context (initial care, continued care, and emergency care) and the venue (clinics, offices, emergency departments, hospitals, and on the telephone). Each test item also includes a physician task, such as taking a history, performing a physical examination, or appropriating a prognosis and management plan.
On the second day of testing, there are Primum computer-based real-time case simulations (CCS), in which test-takers decide which diagnostic information to obtain from a simulated patient and how to treat and monitor that patient. The condition of the patient changes according to the decisions entered by the resident. At the close of each CCS, the computer scores the resident’s performance.
The passing score for USMLE Step 3 is 198 as of January 1, 2020.