How predictive is my self-assessment score relative to my actual Step 1 exam score?

Just like the real Step 1 exam, the AMBOSS Step 1 Self-Assessment places students on a scale relative to their peers who are taking the assessment at the same time. Our questions are tested and have been scrutinized by students in prior years, and we’re confident our questions are high-quality and representative of what you will see on the actual exam.  The percentages on our 3-digit score report also reflect the relative distribution of topics on the actual USMLE exam.

You can check out our blog post on How to Interpret Your Score here.

If you completed all 4 blocks of the Self-Assessment by February 28, 2021, 11:59 PM PST you will find your score report here. If you have not completed all 4 blocks, you will not receive a 3-digit score prediction, however, you will still be able to review your Mini report with your strengths and weaknesses broken down by discipline and system following the same link.

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