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Understanding your USMLE score report

Posted: March 07, 2017

A short video designed to help examinees interpret the USMLE score report, and understand decisions and actions that can be taken based on exam performance, is available.

The video is part of an effort to address frequently asked questions from examinees and others about the USMLE examination process. Additional videos will be forthcoming.


Scheduling Reminder for Step 2 CS

Posted: January 29, 2016
Updated: May 12, 2017

Schedules at all test centers fill up quickly. We strongly encourage examinees to complete their scheduling before May 31 of the calendar year in which they plan to test. Based on scheduling trends, if you try to schedule after August 1, you may find that there are no available testing appointments through the end of the year unless there are cancellations.

The graph below is an estimate of test appointment availability for the next six months as of the date at the bottom of the graph. Please note that the graph does not indicate availability at any one location. Availability at the testing center you choose may differ.

Appointment availability changes frequently, so if you are unable to schedule an appointment during a particular time period, please continue to check the Step 2 CS scheduling website. Additional appointments may become available 60 days in advance of a test date.



More information is available in the Applying for the Test and Scheduling Your Test Date section of the Bulletin of Information.


Updated Step 2 Clinical Skills Content Description and General Information booklet

Posted: May 12, 2017

The Step 2 Clinical Skills Content Description and General Information booklet has been updated to include information about automatic submission of the patient note as well as recent enhancements to security procedures

In addition, as previously posted, beginning May 21, 2017, examinees may see a case in which the primary task is to assist the standardized patient with making decisions and/or with disease or problem management. For these cases, a physical examination will not be required, and the data interpretation section of the patient note will not need to be completed.

PLEASE NOTE: the start date for cases that deal with making decisions and problem management was incorrect in the initial posting of the announcement; the correct date is May 21, 2017.


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