Book And Question Bank Recommendations

My goal with this page was to outline frequently recommended resources across various aspects of healthcare. Use the button above to contribute by listing the relevant field and name/author of the resource! 🙂

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Basic Sciences & Clinical Topics


Medical School Core Clinical Rotations


United States Medical Licensing Exams (USMLE)

 

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10 Comments
  1. Jean says

    What are the top 5 medical apps you use on your iphone? Thank you for your posts!

    1. Rishi says

      Hey Jean! Stay tuned for an upcoming post.

  2. rkm says

    ACE Q’s are not that good for board prep

    1. Rishi says

      Everyone is entitled to their opinion. I think what it boils down to is doing thousands of practice questions from any source you can find.

  3. Sandy says

    Thank you for your posts. Did you use Big Blue? What do you think about it? I’m wondering if I should purchase it also to help me prepare for the written board exam (Part I). Thanks!

    1. Rishi says

      Hey Sandy! I skimmed through some of the Big Blue topics, and they’re pretty good. I feel like it’s the same problem as med school – too many resources, too little time. Just pick a few reviews and master them! 🙂

  4. Billy says

    Have you ever used TrueLearn? Studying for basic and freaking out…

    1. Rishi says

      Hey Billy!

      I didn’t use TrueLearn until after the ABA Basic exam. ACE questions, Hall, and M5 were more than enough coupled with reading chapters from Miller and Barash. Good luck! 🙂

  5. Patrick says

    Great list! Thanks Rishi. 🙂

    Any thoughts about the latest edition of Clinical Anesthesia Procedures of the Massachusetts General Hospital? Or the Anesthesia Guide?

    1. Rishi says

      Thanks Patrick! I honestly don’t know anything about either of those books. I’d imagine most of their content is also found in the texts I mentioned. Guess it depends on your preference. 🙂