USMLE Materials in the LRC
The United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is sponsored by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) of the United States and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME). Results of the examination are reported to medical licensing authorities in the United States for use in granting the initial license to practice medicine. The USMLE is a three-step examination.
The LRC has numerous materials available to help you review for the USMLE:
- Examination Study Guides - Complete List
- Review Materials - LRC Catalog
- Online Review Materials
- Exam Master OnLineTM
- Anatomy TV
- Integrated Medical Curriculum
A complete list of Examination Study Guides is available from the LRC Catalog. Ebooks are also available and may also be found in the LRC's Electronic Resources (ER) portal.
The LRC has many USMLE review materials to help prepare you for the exam. The materials are available in print form, as Electronic Resourses, and on the Internet.
For a list of general USMLE materials, search the LRC Catalog using the phrase: "Medicine -- examination questions''
Recommended Study Guides:
You can also search for specific, subject related exam review materials:
In addition, the LRC Electronic Resources (ER) also provides access to several subscription-based review resources. The resources are provided free of charge to USUHS students. ER login and password are required to access Exam Master and Anatomy TV:
- Exam Master OnLineTM for USMLS Steps 1-3
Provides customizable computer-based practice exams with detailed score reporting to address specific needs.
- Anatomy TV
An interactive, 3-Dimensional anatomical computer modeling application which contains detailed animations and text for use in health care education.
- Integrated Medical Curriculum Online (IMC)
A free, Internet resource that provides practice quizzes in such disciplines as anatomy, physiology, and radiology.
- USMLEasy (McGraw-Hill))
Interactive, customizable questions for preparing for the USMLE Step 1, 2 CK, and 3 exams. Full features require registration.
For further information, contact the Reference Librarian. Last Updated:03/16/2011