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Med School Down Under: Becoming a Doctor in Australia and New Zealand

The Demise Of The COMLEX Level 2-PE, And An Era, In Standardized Testing, For Aspiring American Doctors

On February 11, it was announced that the COMLEX-USA Level 2-PE was “postponed indefinitely.” With the end of the USMLE Step 2 CS exam just two weeks before, American medical education now finds itself in an uncertain new era of standardized clinical skills testing.

The ‘Paradigm’ Shift of Portugal’s New Residency Exam, And How Students Are Preparing For It

The End of the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills Exam, And What It Means For American Medical Education

Early last March, Elif Yakut, a 29-year-old medical graduate from Turkey, traveled to Philadelphia to complete her United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 2 Clinical Skills assessment.

Med School Applications Are Up, But What Does That Mean for American Medicine?

Diary of a Med Student: Q&A With Author Ajay Sharma

Special Preview: Three Chapters from ‘Diary of a Med Student’

Nothing in the Tank: Burnout at Med School

Escaping Nazis, Changing History: The Story Behind the Notorious Krebs Cycle