7,500+ free step 2 flashcards

7/15/2014 4:37:16 PM
There has been a huge release of 7,500+ Step 2 CK flashcards on new learning site at Memorang

I highly recommend this as I used this for my own Step 2 CK and did really, really well (>260). I credit this to being able to have all the key associations and facts memorized cold so that doing QBanks like UWorld was just about strategy.

:-) good luck on your USMLE and clerkships!

*Edit: It's now a free trial
edited by on 2/18/2015


7/17/2014 6:44:14 AM
Hey there, I started preparations for step2 CK recently but a bit at a loss as regards how useful my choice of review materials are relative to high yoeld stuffs. They are FA & Boards and wards for USMLE step 2 and 3. Anyone with useful information please?


7/17/2014 11:35:56 AM
The three resources I liked the best were Step Up to Medicine (for my rotations) followed by Master the Boards 2 (for Step 2 CK). If I had extra time I'd look at First Aid for the USMLE Step 2 CK. MTB2 is organized in a really nice way, but more for concepts than memorization.


7/23/2014 5:45:48 PM
Do the flashcards already contain all the info from MTB and Step up? Or do we still need to read the books in addition to the flashcards? Will the flashcards + qbank cover all the material necessary?

Dont like reading books too much lol


7/23/2014 5:48:34 PM
The flashcards + QBank is all you need. That's what I did and I scored very highly.

I did the UW Qbank at least twice while taking notes on wrong answers and got all my flashcards to 100% mastery.


7/25/2014 8:28:49 PM
How long would it realistically take the master the cards? would 1 month be enough?


7/26/2014 8:05:39 PM
It definitely will vary from person-to-person but 1 month is possible if you spend several hours per day and have a reasonable base of knowledge up until that point.


8/11/2014 2:47:27 AM
I should clarify:

It takes a minimum of 4 answers to "master" any one term, so if you were perfect on 7,500 flashcards that would be 30,000+ answers which sounds a bit overkill. If, however you choose a lower threshold and get to 80% instead of 100% overall, then you can cut the amount of time in half.

I think the person who studies the most gets like 1,000 flashcards per day. That's pretty hardcore.


8/23/2014 12:30:55 AM
Thank you for this resource! (it looks like the free trial is restricted to a single chapter). What would you recommend is the best way to approach using these flashcards as someone who just started their clinical rotations? I probably won't be taking step 2 for almost a year.


8/24/2014 12:53:07 PM
yermierc wrote:
The flashcards + QBank is all you need. That's what I did and I scored very highly.

I did the UW Qbank at least twice while taking notes on wrong answers and got all my flashcards to 100% mastery.


Can you please tell me which flash cards... I think I am unable to study...


8/24/2014 2:34:26 PM
The link is here for the step 2 ck flashcards

I hope this was helpful.

raafey wrote:
yermierc wrote:
The flashcards + QBank is all you need. That's what I did and I scored very highly.

I did the UW Qbank at least twice while taking notes on wrong answers and got all my flashcards to 100% mastery.


Can you please tell me which flash cards... I think I am unable to study...


8/29/2014 1:49:20 AM
I found this thread from comment hx. Thx for spreading the word - are you involved somehow or just telling people about it?

yermierc wrote:
The link is here for the step 2 ck flashcards

I hope this was helpful.

raafey wrote:
yermierc wrote:
The flashcards + QBank is all you need. That's what I did and I scored very highly.

I did the UW Qbank at least twice while taking notes on wrong answers and got all my flashcards to 100% mastery.


Can you please tell me which flash cards... I think I am unable to study...


9/30/2014 3:54:16 AM
@chromobatty

No problem and the answer is yes. I feel very strongly about helping as many students as possible so I wanted to share what worked for me personally as well. Good luck on your USMLE!


10/9/2014 3:14:00 PM
hello how much ur score after this flash cards
and wht the premium thr can u guide pls , its charging $ 49


2/18/2015 1:48:49 PM
Hey, sorry about that. When I posted about this (a really long time ago) it was free. It's not a free trial initially.

I scored > 260 using only UWorld + Memorang.

d7575 wrote:
hello how much ur score after this flash cards
and wht the premium thr can u guide pls , its charging $ 49


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