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Balancing Third Year with Shelf Exam Study and USMLE Step 1 Question Breakdown: A 34 Year Old with Hypertension | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

March 25, 2019

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features two articles:  

USMLE Step 1 Question Breakdown: A 34 Year Old Woman with Elevated Blood Pressure 

Don't Fall Off the Shelf: Balancing Third Year Rotations with Exam Study

The Medical Mnemonist (an InsideTheBoards Podcast)

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