Crush Step 3 CCS: The Ultimate USMLE Step 3 CCS Review by Mayur Movalia
If you know all of the concepts in this book, you should do much better than pass the CCS portion of USMLE Step 3: You should Crush Step 3 CCS! With its focused review of common cases, high-yield content, and test prep strategies, Dr. Mayur K. Movalias new review book offers the most effective preparation available for this high-stakes exam.Zero in on the content you need to know , thanks to a concise, consistent presentation for each case that is updated to mirror the 2013 USMLE software. Find the information you need quickly with a detailed index that organizes cases by symptom, final diagnosis, and specialty. Get up-to-date management strategies for CCS cases, thanks to input from a Resident Review Board comprised of high-scoring individuals (90th percentile or more), who evaluated the book to ensure its relevance and accuracy. Use it in conjunction with Brocherts Crush Step 3: The Ultimate USMLE Step 3 Review, 4th Edition for a comprehensive and highly effective Step 3 review. Get a 24-hour free trial to the USMLE Consult Step 3 CCS Case Bank, with a discount towards its purchase! 100 CCS cases simulate the actual USMLE Step 3 CCS experience.
Final Diagnosis Screen Removed from USMLE Step 3 CCS Cases
How is the CCS section scored? Communication and Professionalism are also tested. The timing and sequencing of actions will affect your score. Actions that are potentially harmful will negatively affect your score. Some cases you are scored based on NOT doing aggressive intervention. Location is important for scoring.
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Secrets of USMLE Step 3 CCS Exam 2019
Step 3 examinees will no longer be asked to enter information regarding a final diagnosis before ending a computer-based case simulation CCS case. Most examinees who test on or after January 1, will not see the final diagnosis screen at the end of a CCS case. Although the transition will occur quickly at many test centers, there may be some locations where the changes take slightly longer to complete. The overall transition period will likely last approximately 6 weeks. This change does not affect the scoring of the CCS cases in any way. Final diagnoses have never been used in scoring an examinee performance.
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This window may have looked familiar. At the end of the case, if you ended the case prior to the case running out of time, this window would pop-up it would pop-up on the real exam as well. You would enter the diagnosis of what you felt that the patient had. This window has never been graded. We always felt that it was confusing that you would enter data which is never looked at or graded at all. A lot of students would focus unnecessarily on getting the correctly worded diagnosis entered into this window which was never graded.