• How to Succeed Using the Osmosis Study Schedule

    Jan 22, 2019 by Giuliano Scaini

    Medical school may be challenging, but in my opinion, there has never been a better time to be a medical student. We are incredibly lucky to have access to so many great resources to help us study in a more enjoyable and efficient manner, instead of having to rely solely on reading textbooks or s... Continue reading

  • How Osmosis Increased My Step 1 Score by 55 Points

    Jan 17, 2019 by Gregory Wu

    Throughout medical school, I have always been a very scheduled person. I liked to plan out my day from 7am until midnight which included what times I would study, what topics I would study when, when I would take breaks, eat and sleep. If I did not have a plan for the day, I would often be direct... Continue reading

  • How Med Students Use the Osmosis Study Schedule for USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX-USA Level 1

    Jan 14, 2019 by Osmosis Team

    Many medical students are using the Osmosis Study Schedule to stay organized and make their studying more efficient for their classes and the USMLE® Step 1 or COMLEX-USA® Level 1.

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  • Top 3 tips you should know about COMLEX-USA Level 1

    Jan 10, 2019 by Osmosis Team

    COMLEX-USA® Level 1 measures your knowledge of the biomedical sciences relevant to solving clinical problems and promoting osteopathic medical care.

    Tip 1: Should you take both USMLE® and C... Continue reading

  • 5 Strategies to Acing the USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX-USA Level 1

    Jan 10, 2019 by Osmosis Team

    As you probably know, USMLE®️ Step 1 and COMLEX-USA®️ Level 1 assesses whether you can apply scientific basics to the practice of medicine. Osmosis is here to help you prepare for and ace the Step 1... Continue reading

  • 3 Tips on How to Write Progress Notes

    Dec 7, 2018 by Osmosis Team

    How to Write a Progress Note

    As a health professional, it is important to know how to write a progress note. These progress notes are also known as SOAP notes. Why soap? Well, if you’ve written a progress note before, you know that SOAP is a useful shorthand for remembering the four com... Continue reading

  • My Step 1 Experience, Dr. George Koshy

    Jun 24, 2017 by Osmosis Team

    Studying for USMLE Step 1 has been one of the most satisfying periods of my life.

    I started my preparation on May 31st, 2016. I had all the required study material but no specific plan to move ahead. I was in a time-crunch, and I needed a solution. Two weeks after attempting to memorize... Continue reading

  • Bypassing The Limitations of Cancer Research In Humans

    Jun 24, 2017 by Osmosis Team

    Cancer is one of the toughest enemies of human health. We've spent billions of dollars across several decades trying to conquer it, yet there are still many forms of cancer that remain unbeatable.

    One of the fundamental problems in cancer research is finding an effective way to test... Continue reading

  • Avoiding Errors In Patient Care

    Jun 1, 2017 by Thasin Jaigirdar

    When someone is admitted to the hospital, he or she is in a position of great vulnerability. Patients are counting on their caregivers to do things correctly and provide the best possible outcome for their injury, illness, or condition.

    Yet we live in a time of great stress in all aspec... Continue reading

  • Leaders in Medical Education: Ms. Mona Signer, President and CEO of the National Resident Matching Program

    Jan 23, 2017 by Thasin Jaigirdar

    Mona M. Signer is President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Resident Matching Program, an organization that since 1952 has matched medical students to United States graduate medical education programs. Ms. Signer joined the NRMP in 2002, became Executive Director in 2005, and in 2015 ... Continue reading

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