Scrúduithe USMLE: Miotais, Fíricí agus Straitéisí Teipeanna shárú

Nuashonraithe:Deireadh Fómhair 22, 2018
James Edge
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Any medical student applying for residency programs dreads the idea of failing the USMLE exam, believing there’s no way to overcome this failure and be considered for interviews. Mar sin féin, it isn’t really the end of the world, and there’s a lot you can still do for USMLE success. Let’s decode some common myths about the USMLE, and look at some strategies for residency applications with multiple attempts.

Common USMLE Myths vs. the Truth

Here are a couple of myths about USMLE exams:
  • USMLE Attempts - Níl Myth fairsing nach mbeidh tú agallaimh ó chláir chónaitheachta a fháil sa U.S. le hiarrachtaí USMLE il. Go leor iarrthóirí cónaitheachta Creidim go ciallaíonn sé seo deireadh a gairme leighis, sula dtosaíonn sé fiú!
Is é fírinne, Ní gá cláir chónaitheachta leor cúram faoi theip ar iarrachtaí ar na scrúduithe USMLE. D'fhéadfadh roinnt déileáil leis sin mar locht, ach fiú d'fhéadfadh siad a dhéanamh eisceacht má tá tú sásta a chur i iarracht bhreise ar an gcuid eile de d'iarratas.
  • Old / Céimithe Idirnáisiúnta – Another common myth is that older medical graduates, especially International Medical Graduates or IMGs, cannot score well in the scrúduithe USMLE or get residency in any U.S. residency programs.
This is not entirely true, since there is no age limit for taking the exam. Mar sin féin, Old IMGs who graduated medical school outside of the U.S. more than 5 years back will not be considered for most residency programs in the country. Applying for Residency with Multiple Attempts Here are some strategies for applying with multiple USMLE attempts:
  1. Work Hard on Other Steps – Failing at one stage of an exam often means working harder at future stages to show your commitment. If you failed USMLE Step 1, for instance, an Céim USMLE 2 CK/CS offers you the chance to show your abilities. D'fhéadfadh Scóráil go han-mhaith ag an gcéim seo cabhrú leat a fháil cónaitheachta.
  2. Seiceáil Srianta Stáit - I roinnt stát, tú cead ach líon teoranta d'iarrachtaí ar na scrúduithe USMLE. Bí cinnte nach bhfuil tú ag cur isteach ar chláir sna stáit mbeidh do chuid airgid agus am a chur amú mar gheall ar iarrachtaí il, agus seiceáil an liosta seo go cúramach le haghaidh stáit luí.
  3. Seiceáil Srianta Clár - Chomh maith le seiceáil an bhfuil feidhm ag aon teorainneacha iarracht i ngach stát, also check whether the residency program in question imposes its own limit for qualification. There are many programs that interview candidates with multiple attempts, so look for these instead.
  4. Tell Programs Your Story – If you’ve had a USMLE failure before passing, úsáid mar dheis chun a thaispeáint cláir chónaithe conas déileáil tú setbacks. Comhroinnt an scéal i do Ráiteas Pearsanta gcruthóidh gur féidir leat a bheith freagrach as do botúin agus foghlaim uathu, rud atá tábhachtach do chláir.
  5. Tóg Iarratas Láidir - Bí cinnte go bhfuil do Seirbhís Iarratais Cónaitheacht Leictreonach (Tréimhsí) iarratas, CV agus Ráiteas Pearsanta atá láidir, dea-scríofa agus saor ó earráidí. Ní mór dóibh freisin a bheith go sonrach leis an speisialtachta atá roghnaithe, with recent Letters of Recommendation from your clinical experience in the U.S.
  6. Take the Step 3 Scrúdaithe – Consider taking the USMLE Step 3 exam if you have multiple attempts that raise questions or concerns with residency programs. Make sure that you’re completely prepared for the test, though. Multiple attempts combined with a Step 3 failure will be worse than multiple USMLE attempts alone.
Whether you’re an international student or a U.S. medical graduate, don’t let yourself become discouraged by a USMLE failure. Chur ar an iarracht agus staidéar níos deacra a fháil ar an am scór níos fearr eile! tagairtí Breise: http://blogs.askdoc-usmle.com/advice-for-the-old-img-taking-the-usmle/ http://blogs.askdoc-usmle.com/am-i-too-old-to-take-the-usmle/ Bio údar: Is as Philadelphia, Eric Brown is a resident of New York, ina n-oibríonn sé mar othar caighdeánaithe (SP) and advises NYCSPREP with their Cúrsa Scileanna Cliniciúla. Le blianta fada de thaithí agus léargas tionscal ar gach rud SP-a bhaineann leo, Cabhraíonn sé daltaí Ace a gcuid scrúduithe CS ag othair Insamhladh beidh siad ag obair le. Tá sé freisin suas chun dáta le hionchais, treochtaí, agus forbairtí i scrúduithe CS, to help NYCSPREP keep their course current. Ina am saor in aisce, Eric likes unwinding by watching baseball and can be found at the game when the Phillies (a fhoireann baile) are playing. If you have any questions about standardized CS exams or courses at NYCSPREP, email Eric at [email protected] or visit www.nycsprep.com.

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