March 1-8, 2022

Free Self‑Assessment Week

For USMLE® Step 1 & USMLE® Step 2 CK

Registration phase for the Self‑Assessment Week has passed!

Unfortunately, the registration phase for the USMLE® Self-Assessment Week has passed, meaning no further registration is possible. All participants who registered before the deadline will get an e-mail with a link to their self-assessment on March 1, 10 am CET.

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Unfortunately, the registration phase for the USMLE® Self-Assessment Week has passed, meaning no further registration is possible. All participants who registered before the deadline will get an e-mail with a link to their self-assessment on March 1, 10 am CET.

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Why you should take part in Lecturio’s Self‑Assessment Week for Step 1 & Step 2 CK

Lecturio self-assessments were created to help students measure their preparedness and get firsthand experience in a simulated USMLE® testing environment. Lecturio’s self-assessment is based on the latest NBME® standards and includes 160 case questions organized into 4 blocks. Each block is 60 minutes long – just like on the USMLE® Step 1 and USMLE® Step 2 CK exams. In order to provide an accurate comparison to previous self-assessments, students will receive a 3-digit predicted score. Step 1 has officially moved to a pass/fail scoring system. A Lecturio 3-digit predicted score of 196+ is equivalent to a pass score on the actual Step 1 exam.

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Take the
self-assessment

Simulate real test-taking conditions with the NBME-style interface and timing standards.
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Obtain a predicted score & percentile ranking

Evaluate your knowledge based on peer comparison analysis ensures you know exactly where you stand.
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Check your strengths
& weaknesses

Receive a detailed overview of your performance and make use of the smart adaptive review based on your incorrect answers.
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Tell your classmates to join and support one another

Listen to your peers who took the self-assessment last year

Student 001

¡Los videos del Dr. Ossareh son increíbles!

I took my Lecturio self-assessment at the beginning of my dedicated Step 1 studies. I like that there was a pre-registration period that allowed me a period to study and time to mentally prepare for the assessment. This helped assure me that I would be receiving an accurate and predictive score for where I was at in my studies. It was a great starting point for my dedicated studies.

Sarah -

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Student 002

¡Los videos del Dr. Ossareh son increíbles!

The assessment was 3 blocks shorter than the actual exam, making it a good estimator of stamina and test endurance. Practice assessments usually cost a lot of money, so getting a free one from Lecturio to practice my timing was a great addition to my Step studies.

Michael -

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How does the self‑assessment prepare you for the USMLE® exam?

Identify your knowledge gaps and correct them

Lecturio’s adaptive review is an auto-generated playlist based on your incorrectly answered Qbank questions.


It will help you better understand which underlying concepts may require further studying to ensure you answer the questions confidently and accurately in the future. With the adaptive review, you can focus on eliminating your knowledge gaps while studying for the USMLE®.

Use problem-based learning to understand medical concepts you haven’t fully covered yet

Problem-based learning (PBL) is a learning technique that focuses on increasing one’s knowledge using problem-solving strategies. In medicine it is often applied through the use of clinical vignette questions

This technique will help you learn and develop problem-solving skills, and motivate you to actively participate in your own learning so you can proactively identify gaps in your knowledge, ultimately leading to better encoding and long term retention of knowledge.

What to do from Lecturio’s Self‑Assessment Week
until your USMLE® Exam

Until February 28, 2022, 10 am CET

Register for the Self-Assessment Week & tell your friends

March 1-8, 2022, 10 am CET

Take Lecturio’s USMLE® self-assessment

March 11 - Exam Day

Use Lecturio’s smart study features to close remaining knowledge gaps

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February 28 - March 1, 2022

Prepare with Lecturio’s Test Taking Strategies Course

March 11, 2022, 10 am CET

Receive a 3-digit predictor score & identify your knowledge gaps

Your exam date

Be confident and ace your USMLE® exam!

What to do from Lecturio’s Assessment Week
until your USMLE® Exam

Until February 28, 2022, 10 am CET

Register for the Self-Assessment Week & tell your friends
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February 28 - March 1, 2022

Prepare with Lecturio’s Test Taking Strategies Course

March 1-8, 2022, 10 am CET

Take Lecturio’s USMLE® self-assessment
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March 11, 2022, 10 am CET

Receive a 3-digit predictor score & identify your knowledge gaps

March 11 - Exam Day

Use Lecturio’s smart study features to close remaining knowledge gaps

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Your exam date

Be confident and ace your USMLE® exam!

What to do from Lecturio’s Assessment Week
until your USMLE® Exam

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Until February 28, 2022, 10 am CET

Register for the Self-Assessment Week & tell your friends

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FEBRUARY 28 - MARCH 1, 2022

Prepare with Lecturio’s Test Taking Strategies Course

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March 1-8, 2022, 10 am CET

Take Lecturio’s USMLE® self-assessment
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March 11, 2022, 10 am CET

Receive a 3-digit predictor score & identify your knowledge gaps

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March 11 - Exam Day

Use Lecturio’s smart study features to close remaining knowledge gaps

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Your exam date

Be confident and ace your USMLE® exam!

Frequently asked questions

Everyone who signs up can take part with their registered Lecturio account.

The Self-Assessment Week will take place between March 01, 2022, 10 am CET and March 08, 2022, 10 am CET. The link to the self-assessment will be sent via email on March 01, at 10 am CET. (Look up your time zone here)

No. The self-assessment can only be taken from March 01, 2022, 10 am CET and March 08, 2022, 10 am CET. (Look up your time zone here)

The self-assessment consists of 4 blocks, 40 questions each. The first attempt will count toward your score even though you can restart blocks. Participants have 60 minutes for each block. It is recommended to answer all 4 blocks on a single day to get a feel for the exam day. To receive a score, 3 out of the 4 blocks must be completed. Unanswered questions will be marked incorrect.

The self-assessment scoring system is based on former USMLE® score reports, consisting of a 3-digit numeric score ranging between 1 and 300. The minimum passing score is 196, which is reflective of the USMLE®’s new pass/fail scoring of Step 1. The minimum passing score for the USMLE® Step 2 CK is 209. Moreover, participants will receive a percentile ranking.

The Self-Assessment Week results will be sent out via email on March 11, 2022, at 10 am CET. (Look up your time zone here)

In addition to the 3-digit predicted score and the percentile ranking, results include the adaptive review, in-depth explanations and high-quality illustrations of both your correct and incorrect answers, and concept pages to review.

The Lecturio self-assessment scores are based on the performance of all self-assessment-takers within the week of March 01, 2022, and March 08, 2022, following a set of requirements (e.g. minimum number of blocks to be answered) and the USMLE® Step 1 and Step 2 CK score distribution. Though the questions have been selected by US-trained physicians, the score and content presented in the Lecturio Self-Assessment Week are for educational purposes only as well as identifying your individual knowledge gaps. It should not be used as a prediction of your real performance on the USMLE® exam.

Yes, you can review your answers and a detailed performance right away, but you will not receive your 3-digit predicted score until March 11, 10 am CET.

Yes, the self-assessment 2022 will be available in addition to another self-assessment on the platform, but a score report will only be sent out for the self-assessment 2022 taken between March 01, 2022, 10 am CET and March 08, 2022, 10 am CET.

Take part in Lecturio’s free Self-Assessment Week and ace your USMLE® exam