Bouncing Back From USMLE Failure

by / Friday, 17 January 2014 / Published in USMLE Advice

Hello Medical Colleagues,

Here at The Academy, we receive hundreds of calls and emails every month from students who unfortunately tried to study for the USMLE exams on their own, and failed.  There are an overwhelmingly high number of students who are failing these days, and we know that you have questions…


Students typically ask us a variety of questions that can be summed up with the following:

Question #1: How do I get over the feeling of failing the Step 1?

Question #2: How do Residency programs really perceive a past failure?

Question #3: Why did I actually fail when I tried so hard?

Question #4: How to turn things around and score better next time?

Question #5: How to turn this terrible result into a positive


Because we receive so many inquiries about how to overcome a failure on the USMLE Step 1 or Step 2 CK exams, we decided to write a short eBook in order to help anyone overcome a failure and actually turn their USMLE failure into a positive.  If you’d like to read the short eBook, please fill in your name and email below.  When you click submit, check your inbox for a link from us, which will direct you about how to access the book instantly.

To your success!

Dr. Paul & Dr. Stavros, and the USMLE Success Academy team