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New score report format – USMLE Step 3 examination

Posted: October 03, 2018
Updated: October 23, 2018

The USMLE Step 3 examination score report has been redesigned to reflect both advances in the underlying science of assessment and changes to the USMLE program over time.  Examinees testing on or after October 1, 2018 will receive score reports in the new format. The redesigned report features a chart showing an examinee’s performance compared with recent first-time takers from US and Canadian medical schools, the examinee’s performance in individual content areas relative to their overall Step 3 performance, and information about the allocation of items across each content area.

You can view the new score report here [Understanding Your Step 3 Score Report]. Click on the comment boxes for explanatory/informational text. FAQs about the score report are also available.

The USMLE program solicited feedback on the new design from a number of stakeholders, including examinees, medical school faculty, and residency program directors.

The new examinee score report format will be implemented for Step 1 and Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK) examinations in early 2019. A new score report format for the Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS) examination is under development.

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New practice materials and helpful information for Step 1 and Step 2 CK exams now available

Posted: August 13, 2020

Updated practice materials are available for examinees planning to take the Step 1 exam on or after October 20, 2020 and for examinees planning to take Step 2 CK on or after November 11, 2020 The updated materials reflect the previously announced Step 1 and Step 2 CK content distribution changes.

Read the full story here.


Step 3 Eligibility Requirements During the Step 2 Clinical Skills Suspension

Posted: August 06, 2020
Updated: August 06, 2020

The USMLE program remains committed to mitigating disruptions in the path to medical licensure caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. More Info »


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