Topic-icon Gecmek icin gerekli taban puanlar degisiyor! Yakin tarihte gireceklere onemle duyurulur.

7 years 7 months ago #1 by kerim

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7 years 7 months ago #2 by erseven
sinav ucreti 1200 degil. en son 1350 dolardi.
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7 years 7 months ago - 7 years 7 months ago #3 by kerim
Daha yeni degismedi mi bu sinavin degerlendirilmesi?

Bir de sinav ucreti zaten 1200 dolar, zam mi yapacaklarmis?

Bu kadar kisa zamanda ciddi bir degisikli olmaz bence. Muhtemel degisikliklerin sinyali, en son CS manual info da verilmisti. Subcomponent ler detaylandirilacaktir diye dusunuyorum.

usmle.org/announcements/?ContentId=103

The USMLE program recommends a minimum passing level for each Step examination. The USMLE Step Committees are responsible for establishing and monitoring these standards, and are asked to complete an in-depth review of each examination every three to four years.
The Step 2 Committee is scheduled to review the minimum passing level for the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS) examination at its meeting on December 18, 2012. In addition to meeting the requirement of a periodic in-depth review of standards, this effort is prompted by previously announced changes to the exam, which include a redesigned Communication and Interpersonal Skills subcomponent as well as a redesigned Patient Note.

In the review, the Step 2 Committee will considered data from multiple sources, including:
Results of content-based standard setting exercises conducted with three independent groups of physicians in 2012;
Results of surveys of various groups (e.g., state licensing representatives, medical school faculty, samples of examinees) concerning the appropriateness of current pass/fail standards for Step examinations;
Trends in examinee performance;
Score precision and its effect on the pass/fail outcome.
The decision of the Step 2 Committee will be posted at the USMLE website. If the Committee determines that a change to the minimum passing level is appropriate, the new recommended minimum passing level will become effective for all examinees who take a Step 2 CS examination on or after January 1, 2013.

Dr.Kerim Karaoğlu

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7 years 7 months ago #4 by guitar_doctor
Sevgili hekim arkadaslarim,

USMLE STEP 2 CS sinavini gecmek icin gereken taban puanlar 31 Aralik itibari ile degisiyor, Sinavi yakin tarihte almayi planlayan arkadaslar varsa bu tarihten once girmelerini onemle tavsiye ederim. 1 aylik bir calisma ve pratik ile rahatlika gecilebilecek bir sinav. Sinav tarihleri simdilik Subata kadar dolu ama siteden takip ederseniz gun yaklastikca yerler aciliyor.(Mesela yarin icin Houston, Philadelphia ve Los Angelesta 1 kisilik bos yer var).
Asagida http://www.usmleforums4u.com'dan kopyaladigim yaziyi okumanizda fayda goruyorum.
Iyi calismalar


USMLE Step 2 CS Review of Minimum Passing Performance
Officially it was announced that the Step 2 Committee is scheduled to meet on December 18,2012 and again review the minimum passing level for the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS) exam. If they determines that a change to the minimum passing level is appropriate then the new recommended minimum passing level will become effective for all examinees who take a Step 2 CS examination on or after January 1, 2013.

We can expect the standards of Step-2 CS Exam to be increased and obviously the exam will be relatively tough compared to current cs pass standards.


Bottom Line:

1.Schedule your cs exam as soon as possible before December 31, 2012 to avoid new passing standards

2.You may expect delay in score reporting after new changes even though most of results will be out by third Wednesday in reporting schedule of 2013

3.USMLE may also hike exam fee along with step-2 c fee by December end 2012.

4.Make changes in your step-1, step-2 ck dates if possible to take your cs exam to avoid new passing standards Please post and share your opinions below


SOURCE: USMLE Announcement posted on Sept 25,2012

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