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USMLE® Step 3 Exam Overview
How many hours is the USMLE® Step 3 Exam?
The USMLE® Step 3 Exam is 16 hours.
How many questions is the USMLE® Step 3 Exam?
The USMLE® Step 3 Exam is 412 questions.
What topics are covered on the USMLE® Step 3 Exam?
Topics include: General Principles: 1-3%, Immune System, Blood & Lymphoreticular System, and Multisystem Processes/Disorders: 4-6%, Nervous System & Special Senses: 8-10%, Skin & Subcutaneous Tissue: 4-6%, Musculoskeletal System: 5-7%, Cardiovascular System: 9-11%, Respiratory System: 8-10%, Gastrointestinal System: 6-8%, Renal/urinary & Male Reproductive Systems: 4-6%, Pregnancy/Childbirth & Female Reproductive System & Breast: 7-9%, Endocrine System: 5-7%, Biostatistics & Epidemiology/Population Health & Interpretation of the Medical Literature: 11-13%, and Social Sciences: Communication Skills/Ethics/Patient Safety: 7-9%
USMLE® Step 3 Exam MCQs (13,767)
Our question bank for the USMLE® Step 3 Exam covers four Cognitive Difficulty Levels:
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- Biostatics and Calculations - 3 questions
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USMLE® Step 3 Exam Articles (4,814)
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Separation anxiety disorder (SAD) is one of the most common childhood anxiety disorders.
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Proper diaphragm function is essential for adequate ventilation and the function of the lungs. The diaphragm is considered the most important muscl ...
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