Passed Step 1
Dear Friends, Family, and Blog Readers,
I’m happy to announce that I have passed Step 1 of the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam! It’s such a big relief, and one that marks the end of the first half of my journey through med school and beginning of a new phase: clinical rotations!
Thank you to my friends, family, all those at AUC, and especially Irene for the endless support. I am looking forward to clinicals and going forward inch-by-inch to become the physician I want to be.
12 thoughts on “Passed Step 1”
Congrats Bro. This is such a big achievement. Way to go! All the best in your rotation.
a HUGE congrats! it’s worth celebrating! 🙂
congratulations !!! another phase behind you. before you know it, fourth year will be upon you, then residency, and beyond ! what’s your first clinical rotation going to be?
Thanks you guys! As for my first rotation, I don’t know yet but I’ll find out soon enough!
Congrats Benji, a job well done.
Congrats on passing Step 1! Any tips on how to study or what study material to use?
congrats on passing step 1!! How long did you take between semester five and the step1 for studying?
Are you going to do a post about your study pattern for success? Any info would be greatly appreciated!!!
Thanks you guys! I will definitely write a post about it soon 🙂
CONGRATULATIONS! Can’t wait to start my med journey at AUC in January. 😀
Congratulations to you Edna as well! All the best to you in med school! 🙂
For students starting AUC in September 2014, how long after the fifth semester do they have to prepare thoroughly for the Step 1 exam? I was wondering if they get the May 2016 semester off to take the exam and begin clinical rotations in September 2016. Thank you so much for all your advice.
Hi Vivian, that’s correct. You get May 2016 off to study and start September 2016. If you take the exam earlier, you can start rotations earlier.