Tahir said: Jul 21st, 2018 11:07:21 PM
I took my step 3 , second attempt and passed, the first time I did master the the boards and uworld 3 times along with uworld cases and studied for six months and failed. This time I bought archer theory lectures and made notes for each chapter while I was watching the lectures, I could tell the difference within a week with my qbank scores, I started getting at least 3 extra questions right because of these lectures, I did the lectures once and did uworld once this time , studied for 3 months and passed. Archer lectures are on point with what we need to know, thank you archer I can’t thank you guys enough for such an amazing review, I also watched CCS videos once and did uworld cases about 3 times along with other sources for cases and it worked.
Hanna said: May 16th, 2018 07:05:20 PM
Thank you for great CCS review. Helped me easily pass this exam though I got low score on MCQ
Ricky Myers said: Mar 29th, 2018 05:03:16 PM
Thank you so much for a great product. Your CCS and lectures truly helped me pass this exam. I got a high score, much more than I expected. Will you be launching any review for IM board courses?
Hassan Raza said: Mar 29th, 2018 03:03:09 PM
I got a 244 on my Step 3, despite my NBME/UWSA all being around 227. This shows that the CCS played a MAJOR role in boosting my score.I used Archer\'s CCS Rapid Review package for $88 that includes the 4-5 full CCS workshops. The way he teaches is very kind, considerate, and most importantly, efficient and strategic to do well on the CCS. Only minor complaint I had was the frustration of the video interface he has which kept freezing, but his staff found a solution very quickly. I\'d highly recommend this option!
Larry said: Jan 04th, 2018 12:01:03 PM
Hello Dr Red, Thanks for your coaching on ccs.. I took my USMLE step 3 I just got my step 3 score and I passed the test with a score of 218. I am very happy and wanted to let you know that the class really helped me . Thanks again
Susan Merin said: Jan 04th, 2018 10:01:15 AM
Dear Dr, Thanks for the really informative workshop. I was unable to use the microphone,so couldn,t talk to you. I started to listen to your online lecture videos too.Hope it will help me pass the exam. Thankyou so much .
Tani said: Jan 02nd, 2018 12:01:19 PM
Dear Dr. Red, Thank you very much for your email. You are certainly, one of the best teachers i have met so far. I will keep you posted about things on my front. Thank you once again. Warm regards, Tania
Sunita mike said: Dec 27th, 2017 07:12:35 PM
Dear Dr Red thank you very much for excellent ccs. could you please e mail me about archer lectures. if i register for that, can i pause it and watch later or next day. i am planning to take exam in a month. i have one more question regarding ccs .thank you again - sunita
Manas said: Dec 27th, 2017 10:12:58 AM
Dear Dr. Red, My name is Manas.. you let me do the pancreatic cancer case.. I thank you for your time and effort.. I got a 74 on my test, it looked identical to one of those you displayed, I don't mind sharing it with you if you want.. it ruined my chances for a match and my year all together. Very difficult to get the drive to put that much effort into studying again, because I studied around the clock, I am not a residency so I had to really juggle this with my research (non paying job) and I didn't have the fluidity of someone in a residency who knows how to manage a patient.. I wanted to take this test to increase my chances of landing a good residency and all I did was ruin my chance of ever working in medicine.. still I want to at least be licensed.. I have come a long way to quit now.. I'd appreciate any advise, including what to do with the remaining 3 weeks and what Q bank, I have already done Usmleworld and Kaplan and was doing a 62 and 71 respectively in each I doubt taking them again will make me improve considering the disparity between their questions and those on the actual exam.. thank you so much for time and courtesy extended, M
Jim Y, MD said: Mar 08th, 2017 01:03:15 PM
What an awesome course! Truly thankful to you for making CCS a cakewalk. I took this exam previously and failed dismally. I do think blindly following UW CCS defintely contributed to my failure. There are things that UW says which are ridiculous and not be done on ER patients. Stuff like doing rectal exam to check for occult blood in patient with ST elevation MI before heparin? You clarified to get rid of nonsense like this from my mid. I am eternally grateful to you for clearing up this confusion