USMLE Step 2 CK with moksh overseas

USMLE Step 2 CK (Clinical Knowledge) is a standardized exam for medical licensure in the United States. Key points include:

1. **Content**: Tests clinical knowledge and its application in patient management across various medical specialties.

2. **Format**: Computer-based, multiple-choice questions (MCQs) with approximately 318 questions divided into 8 blocks of 60 minutes each.

3. **Subjects**: Covers internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, preventive medicine, and more.

4. **Topics**: Includes diagnosis, treatment, and management of diseases, patient communication, ethics, preventive medicine, and public health.

5. **Scoring**: Scores range from 1 to 300, with a passing score typically around 209.

6. **Preparation**: Study resources include review books, question banks (like UWorld, Kaplan), online courses, and practice exams.

7. **Timing**: Usually taken after completing clinical rotations in medical school, typically during the 4th year.

Passing Step 2 CK is essential for medical students and graduates to progress towards residency training and eventual medical licensure in the U.S.