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Don’t you find it
difficult to find a way to ORGANIZE the OSCE Exam station to achieve
a smooth going cooperative patient interview?… Do you forget WHAT
to ask and do during your short OSCE Exam Station because of your
nervousness?…  Have you thought of HOW to ask history
questions and perform physical examinations correctly meeting
clinical and communication guidelines?…  WHEN to ask all the
REQUIRED questions, do each part of the physical examination in a
time efficient sequence while communicating effectively and
fulfilling the OSCE exam checklist at the same time?…  
This proven TIME Efficient
OSCEhome Systematic Approach may be the solution you are
looking for…

OSCEhome Systematic Approach

Patients visit doctors complaining of a symptom, not a disease. It
is all about the differential diagnosis of symptoms and signs. This
is the main focus of physicians during patients’ interviews, right?

OSCE stations, as well as real life patients’
interviews, have limited time.  Physicians have no choice but
to be focused and to organize the interview in a time efficient
manner. On the other hand, physicians have to be vigilant not to
miss anything!

Obviously, there is a need for some sort of an
approach that will fulfil both patients and physicians goals. An
approach that will explore all the patients’ presenting issues in a
limited time frame. An approach that will protect both the patients
and physicians.

How did we at OSCEhome formulated the OSCEhome
Systematic Approach ?

We started by preparing a list of all signs and symptoms a physician
faces. We wrote one sign or symptom on a separate sheet of paper.
Then for each symptom or sign we wrote all the possible
differentials. Then, we draw a table, assigned a column for each
differential and wrote that symptom/sign presentation details,
quality, duration, relation to other symptoms/signs, and red flags..
Etc.. Then for every detail, we wrote questions to ask for or points
to examine.

Obviously, there are now, many identical questions or points to
examine concerning this symptom among all these differential
diseases. We started to merge the diseases’ columns into one set of
questions. When the same question is required for several diseases,
we placed these diseases’ names between brackets after the question
to help us later with the clinical decision making process. Then we
arranged these questions and points to examine in a logical easy
flowing flowchart.

We have noticed that there are some details that are not required if
you are just screening for a symptom and not thoroughly gathering
details about it. So, we divided the to ask/do list into two files,
we placed the must ask/do important ones up in the list for
screening, and the rest at the bottom for detailed data gathering
sub-file, and just in case we run out of time.

What about communication skills? It a major issue
to ensure an easygoing interview professional organized interview
and to achieve a mutual understanding and respect.
rephrased the questions to meet communication skills guidelines.
e.g. English language issues, open ended questions, non-leading
questions, respective manner ..etc.

Now, we have all the needed questions to ask and
points to examine concerning that symptom on a separate sheet of
We placed the sheet in a separate file, labelled it
with the symptom/sign name. Then, we repeated the same process for
all other signs and symptoms.  Again, there are now, many identical
questions or points to examine among all these symptom/signs.

We started to gather identical questions or points to examine into a
separate file box and crossed it out on that symptom/ sign sheet.
e.g questions about medications, past illnesses, social, ..etc.

Now, we have three sets of box files;

  1. Chief complaint data gathering box file,

  2. Specific symptom/sign box files, and

  3. Standard questions box file.

Remember, in real practice, as well as during OSCE stations, our
time is limited. So, we carefully went into each of these box files
and rearranged the questions and points to examine for maximum time

We came up with a tree of a step by step history taking and physical
file boxes. During the patient interview, you go through the file
boxes one by one. You only open the box files you need.

Let us take an
example. A patient presented with cough.

  1. Introductions
    box: 5 sentences to say.

  2. Chief
    Complaint: 10 question to ask.

  3. HPI: 15
    questions to ask.

  4. Respiratory
    question box: 10 questions to ask.

  5. Standard
    questions box: 14 questions to ask.

  6. Wrap up box:
    Sentences for 8 points to explain.


Most of the patients’ answers will be “NO”. How long then, will it
take you to ask all these questions and wrap up the case?

FIVE minutes! And you have COVERED all the guidelines and

We created similar flowcharts for the physical examination,
counselling, and ER stations that, with practice, will take you just
5 minutes to perform.

ONE flow chart of 7 steps with 23 history taking and 24 physical
examinations boxes to choose one depending on the case !

Don’t you agree, it is much more easier to memorize than 488+

Rest assured that all the guidelines and checks in ANY checklist are
fulfilled, including communication skills.

You won’t forget anything to ask, do, or explain. No need to anxious
and nervous.

You will be on a relaxed autopilot mode! Letting you focusing on the
clinical decision process and communication skills.

The systematic approach took three of us a full year to finalize and
eight years so far to tweak.

Don’t you agree, it is worth a try? It is yours in just few minutes.

Save your time and effort and get your OSCEhome ebook
package now!. It includes:


eBook 1

A Step By Step Guide To Mastering The OSCE eBook

Step By Step Guide To Mastering The OSCEs & Clinical
Patient Encounters

234 Pages

Revised Second Edition

Trusted OSCE Preparation eBook Since 2004


eBook 2

How to Unlock Difficult Medical Encounters eBook

How To Unlock Difficult Medical Encounters

– 45 Pages

– Step By
Step Guides Of How To Deal with 19 Difficult Patients’


Bonus 1

ECG Interpretation eBook 

ECG Interpretation

– 27 Pages

– Quick ECG

interpretation flowchart

– 10 points
to look for in an ECG

– 5 life
threatening ECG samples

– How to
present findings


Bonus 2
 Chest X-ray Interpretation eBook

Chest X-ray Interpretation

– 52 Pages

– Quick
Chest X-Ray review

– Chest
X-Ray interpretation flowchart

– 13 points
to look for in a chest X-Ray

– The 10 
CXR must know pathologies

– How to
present findings


Bonus 3

Abdominal X-ray Interpretation eBook

X-ray Interpretation

– 14 Pages

– Quick
Chest Abdomen-Ray review

– Abdomen
X-Ray interpretation flowchart

– 10 points
to look for in a chest X-Ray

– The 8 AXR
must know  pathologies

– How to
present findings


Bonus 4

 Orthopedic X Ray eBook


Orthopedic X-Ray Interpretation

– 46 Pages

– 9 points
to look for in an Orthopedic X-Ray

– 48
Orthopedic X-Ray sample pathologies

– How to
present findings


Bonus 5

CT in Head Trauma eBook

in Head Trauma

– 23 Pages

– 8 points
to look for in a CT Head

– The 8 CT
Head must know pathologies

– How to
present findings


Bonus 6

Sample Mock OSCE Stations To Practice eBook

Mock OSCE Stations To Practice

– 68 Pages

– 209 sample
OSCE stations stem questions to practice


Bonus 7

Calgary - Cambridge Guide

Calgary – Cambridge Guide To The Medical Interview

– 17 Pages

– The famous
guide on clinical and communication skills for the
medical practice.

– Identifies
26 aspects a physician must do in a medical patient


Bonus 8

Clinical Mnemonics

Clinical Mnemonics

– 45 Pages

– 163
Clinical Mnemonics to choose to help you remember
medical points.


Bonus 9 Symptoms & Topics To Study For OSCEs

Symptoms & Topics To Study For OSCEs

– 22 Pages

– 488 OSCE
stations scenarios. Do you want to memorize each


Bonus 10

Spine X-ray Interpretation

– 48 Pages

– Quick
C-Spine X-Ray review

– 14
critical C-Spine X-Ray findings


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…. I should know. The systematic approach and
carefully phrased questions increase my
confidence in history taking and organization skills in addition to
cutting my patient interview time to less than half!

Shelly Brown, NY

Have you seen this easy OSCE exam approach?…

Flowchart Sets Of Carefully Medically, Ethically, And Legally Phrased

Questions Blocks
That Makes You
Efficiently Manage All OSCE Exam Scenarios
Integrating Both Clinical And Communication Skills in Flowchart Sets.
ALL needed questions for any differential are included.

The WHAT To Ask, WHEN and HOW.

Being fluent in English is not enough to
efficiently communicate
with patients.

Step By Step

Flowchart Sets of How To Perform Focused Physical Exam In Just 5


your exam in a time efficient, clinically correct, and patient centered
manner is crucial in OSCE exams.
The WHAT To Do, WHEN and HOW. 

flowchart for Emergency scenario stations including management of 14
common emergencies. The WHAT, HOW, and WHEN.

Steps To Follow To Counsel Patients. WHAT information you should gather,
HOW to inform them, and WHEN.

By Step Guides Of How To Deal with 19 Difficult Patients’ Scenarios That
Improves Your Communication Skills.

patient’s write up notes; SOAP, Progress note, Admission note, Operation
notes, Discharge note, Referral note and Reply note.

7 Steps
Clinical Decision Making Flowchart.

Do all your patient clinical interviews get
the results you really hope? Are they as successful as you’d like them
to be?…


Do you frequently forget to ask or examine
relevant points and have to go back to complete your history taking or
physical examination?..


Do you frequently use phrases like “patient
is a poor historian/ unreliable” or have communication issues while your
colleagues don’t think so?..

Even if your clinical and communication skills
are doing alright – wouldn’t you like to increase your efficiency
substantially, even by as much as 3 times?

One of my OSCE candidates did just that. Using
what I’m about to show you, he increased his time efficiency as well as his
clinical skills substantially. Many others increased their clinical
performance by 300% or more, as well.

Read what he emailed to me:

Dear Dr. Al Imari:

I didn’t know about you when I made my first attempt at
the OSCE. I failed in exactly the same way you describe
except I didn’t get frustrated or angry. I have knowledge. I
just was not organized or focused.

Where were you when I needed you? I am going to be doing
the exam a second time because I did exactly all the things
you say happen when you take this exam without specific
preparation. You know everything but I failed to find you.
Tanking up on coffee beforehand does not help!

I am impressed with this material. I have two books with
checklists. What a bunch of crap to burden your brain with.
You have the information I need, the others were waste of
time and money. If I cannot keep my focus with the help of
your material then nothing will help. Now that I am retaking
the exam I googled for a way to prepare for this exam.

 I found you just in time. I expect to go into the exam
in an organized fashion thanks to your material. You see
when I went to medical school in Germany 30 years ago and
then when I practiced medicine I always looked at the whole
patient and that takes too much time. Time you do not have
in the exam.

Sincere regards

George Butlers.

Jan 07, 2009

If I could give you an effective Clinical Skills strategy that would
“outperform” the medical interview approach you are currently using,
would you be interested?

I know you’ll find this
webpage to be extremely valuable.

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Mastering The OSCEs” is your QUICKEST Yet Most Thorough and Focused

Approach to
perform during clinical patient encounters as well as OSCE stations.

This Unique and Precise Systematic Approach

NEVER BEFORE created helps you develop and ACHIEVE confidence in BOTH
your Clinical and Communication Skills.

Wrap up the patient encounters, both real and in Objective Structured
Clinical Examination OSCE Station, assured that ALL Questions have been
correctly asked, ALL the differentials COVERED fulfilling the Medical
OSCE examiner checklists / mark sheets, with excellent communication
skills as well as assuring patient satisfaction and compliance!

Protect Yourself in Clinical

Thousands of Medical Students
And Graduates Start Their Clinical Placements And Take Medical OSCE Exams
Every Year WITHOUT Proper Preparation. Thousands MESSED IT UP,  FAIL
or Pass With Poor Clinical Evaluation & Scores, Only To Face Thousands of
Patients’ Complaints, Hundreds of Law Suits Against Physicians, And The ‘Not
Good Doctor’ Reputation.

All Due To:

  • Running Out of Time Leaving
    Questions Unasked and Issues Uncovered.

  • Being Unorganized, Giving
    The Impression of Having Poor Medical Knowledge.

  • Losing Control of The
    Interview To The Patient,

  • Poor Verbal and Non-Verbal
    Communication Skills Appearing Insensitive To Patients,

  • and Unprofessional Conduct.

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The Systematic Approach To Achieving
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Medical OSCE Exams!

An article about how to develop your clinical and
communication skills for your clinical patient encounters and your OSCE
exam preparation.

Are you preparing for clinical clerkship,
internship, or one of the
Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE Exams);  

  • Medical Student 3rd year, 4th year,
    Final Clinical Skills OSCE Exams,   

  • Residency


    Clinical Evaluation Exam

  • Foreign or International Medical
    Graduates Clinical Skills Assessment OSCE Exams.

  • USMLE Step 2 CS,   


  • PLAB Part 2, 


  • AMC Clinical,

  • NZREX,

  • TRAS OSCE.   

and looking for information to further
improve your clinical skills and communication skills or want to know
the quickest easiest way to prepare for Clinical Skills Assessment OSCE

Do you feel stressed because your Clinical
Skills and communication skills preparation is taking too long, and cost
you too much effort
and money?

 * Can you:

  • take history from
    your patients…. 

  • do physical

  • come up with a
    differential diagnosis… 

  • decide what
    investigations to order…

  • put a working plan
    (clinical decision making)…

  • consult your

  • deal with difficult
    patient situations (do you?) …

… all of that in as little as 5 to 15
minutes in a professional and time efficient approach?…. Can you do
that quickly and repeatedly patient after patient, OSCE station after
OSCE station even if you are stressed out, as in OSCE exams and real
life medical encounters?… Are you absolutely confident that you can
efficiently MANAGE the medical interview with your current clinical
skills and communications skills and STAY IN CONTROL during the

* Do you make clinical skills & communication skills mistakes? 

Do you make any of these little known
mistakes in your clinical patient encounters?!

  • Asking leading questions.

  • Don’t know or forget what to ask or
    examine in this specific patient encounter.

  • Jump into a diagnosis quickly and
    forget covering the differentials. (Why not? It was a straight
    forward case!).

  • Ignore patient clues. (Major clinical
    and communication skills error!).

  • Being unknowingly disrespectful to your

  • Run out of time before finishing the
    wanted tasks.

  • Appear unprofessional with your verbal
    and non verbal communications.

  • Lose control of the medical interview
    to the patient.

  • Unorganized, asking same question again
    and forget patient’s answers.

and many more? Do you?!

If you do realize the importance of
having some templates to follow during your patient encounters and
Clinical Skills Assessment OSCE exam in order to be really sure to
fulfill the OSCE Exam checklists/ mark sheets, then, this information is
for you. I am about to introduce you to the BEST PROVEN approach to BOTH
your patient encounters and Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam

* Who am I, what are
my clinical skills problems?

But let us first tell
you who am I! Chances are you haven’t heard of OSCEhome before. But when
you finish reading this, you’ll be glad you finally did.

I think I’m a lot like you. I was in the
same place you where not too long time ago. I’ve gone to medical school.
. Spend my life going to school, seem like. I’ve run up these huge
debts. I had to move to another city with all the hassle and expenses of
settling down and figuring out my way. Medical school was long and
expensive. But I’ve done really really well in everything I tried.

 Unfortunately, for the first time of my
life I was intern with basically no money. It was a challenge that is
really not well defined and, you know, was sort of thrown to the wall
and I have to figure out a lot of things. I’ll be honest. I had
a tremendous fear of failure because all along through school it was
clear for me what to do to have success.

 But now, all of a sudden I have to worry
about all kinds of things, like how to deal with patients, how to take
history and do physical, how to be fast and yet thorough, how to make
the right decision in a short time, how to deal with nurses and staff.
And doing better than my peers in case presentation, exam evaluations,
and being a ‘good doctor’. Some of these guys, I think, like nothing
more than seeing me humiliated in front of them, nurses, staff, and

 There is that whole idea of being out
there all of a sudden alone. What would I do? The Hippocratic oath said
I’m not supposed to hurt anyone or cause harm, and definitely I don’t
want to do that. I don’t want to miss things or get patient complaints
or law suits. So, where to start?

 In my patient interviews, I was
always nervous and in a hurry. Didn’t know the pace I was going.
It took me a long time to clarify patient’s complaint and HPI. Wasn’t
able to finish asking all question in one time or forgot the patient’s
answers, always needed to go back and clarify things and thus my patient
notes were deficient.

In my clinical skills evaluation exams, the
picture wasn’t much different. Adrenaline was high. Patients were
of all different kinds. Angry, sad, seductive, talkative and so on. The
one I still remember was a patient who kept pacing the room rapidly
talking none stop and at the end left the room! Patients who ask stupid
questions like scratch marks. Angry patients who takes time to calm them
down. I always wished to know a quick way to deal with such difficult

My physical examination was all over the
room, not well organized. Takes time, slow patients, and again forgot
things to check or looking after the patient’s comfort like sliding the
bed. I remember once I was so nervous that I used the tooth pick to
assess touch sensation which hurt the patient (she moaned). I
apologized, but still looked nervous and don’t know how to do the test.

 My patient notes were not that good
too. My hand writing was shaky. HPI not complete and not in sequence as
it should be.

As you see, I was basically where you are
now when I had all these fears. I had a great success in my scholastic
studies in med school. But here, now all of a sudden I was making almost
very little money with this crushing debt burden beside all the
emotional stresses and I really have to perform. But it was all milky. I
didn’t know what and how to perform.

When we started our clinical rotation in
medical school, we, to some extend, left by our own to learn clinical
skills. When we make mistakes, we’ll always be able to go back and check
with the patient or reexamine. The patient was like a mountain that I
have find out our path to climb to reach the dome, that is the
diagnosis. I was, and still am, afraid of missing something that will
lead to harm the patient or upset him, or make him complain to my
attendant affecting my assessment, or even sue me.

Most of the time, patients were supportive.
Well, they know I am just a medical student or junior resident trying to
learn. Besides, I avoided challenging patients. But this is not the case
in real life medical encounters. I haven’t enough time to have a relaxed
interview pace or even to recheck with the patient. When I was preparing
for our Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam, I, just like you,
had spent weeks looking for that “Clinical Skills Assessment Medical
OSCE Exam magic approach” that could allow us to finally master a
thorough and yet time efficient clinical and communication skills

* How did I solved my
clinical skills & communication skills problems?

I virtually
attended all available expensive Clinical Skills preparation courses,
bought and studied almost all available preparation books. I listened to
every ‘Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam Expert’ who offered
advice. I spent so much time practicing. But NOTHING WORKED as I hoped!
That is to be thorough, organized, and time efficient at the same time
and off course good communicators!

Then, four years ago, on a brilliantly
sunny day in October, while studying at the central library, I came
across few Medical OSCE examiners. They were getting ready for an OSCE
exam. I chatted with them and discovered the COLD HARD TRUTH about why I
couldn’t reach any significant level of confidence in how thorough and
quick is my Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam Clinical Skills
approach! Most probably, you are now in a similar stressful situation.


I bought this ebook from you last night, it is
amazing… I could not stop reading that book…. I am taking one
preparatory class for QE2 in Toronto… now I feel that if I had
this book before I would not need to go for that class… this book
is the best book for preparing for OSCE…. 

Shahnaz Parveen, Toronto

Thank you very much for sending me the ebooks which I have been able to
download and you have regained my faith in internet purchases. In
exchange I can only recommend your course to students.

Agnelo F De Sousa, University of Adelaide, Australia.

Read What Hundred Other Medical Students, Residents, and Graduates are
saying about OSCEhome’s Systematic Approach

The TRUTH about OSCE Exams that I discovered is

my scattered OSCE Exam preparation information, notes, questions, and

gathered in ONE medically thorough, organized, workable, and time
efficient step by step  SYSTEMATIC APPROACH flowcharts that
integrates BOTH clinical skills and communication skills

that I can study and practice ONCE for
any patient scenario and for ALL my coming OSCE Exams
as well as my
FUTURE real life medical practice with real patients! An approach that
get me high clinical evaluation and scores now, and patient
satisfaction avoiding complaints and law suits later!

All OSCE Exam stations’ formats are essentially the same in all OSCE
exams. The differences between Medical School Students OSCEs,
CSA,  TRAS 2,  AMC Clinical
,  NZREX, or
Clinical Skills Assessment of Foreign / International Medical
are in the time allocated to the OSCE stations, the
actual presence of the OSCE Examiner during the OSCE station, and the
depth of needed medical knowledge, that is the OSCE Exam checklists!

They also told me that the OSCE station’s
stem question is just to direct the OSCE Exam candidate to what system I
should focus on giving the limited available time but not meant to omit
the differentials and hidden issues. Checklists approach won’t get you a
high clinical evaluation score!

* So What Did I Do To Avoid
Missing Things And Waste The interview’s short time?

Over a really long time, I
gathered all the necessary information needed to be asked for every
disease. Then I:

  • Arranged them in
    question boxes based on symptom complaints.

  • Wrote/gathered
    specific questions for each needed info.

  • Checked the
    medical, ethical, and communication correctness of each question
    with experts.

  • Determined the
    differentials for each symptom and merged the necessary
    questions within the boxes.

  • Arranged the
    questions within each box in a time efficient flowchart sequence
    that assures patient cooperation and prevent them from
    interrupting the medical interview flow.

  • I
    subdivided each box into a main screening box and detailed
    sub-boxes to be explored only if the patient reply was related.

So, In a real OSCE, as
well as a medical interview, I’ll start with the main first question
box and follow through expanding into sub-boxes as needed and the
back to the main box. Then, according to the station, move to the
next box and so on.
It took me about a year to perfect the system.

For the physical exam,

  • Arranged the needed
    exams to be done in a time efficient sequence that minimize
    patient discomfort.

  • Wrote phrases to
    ask the patient to perform a test or move in a clear, ethical
    and communication correct manner that prevents patient
    interruptions to the exam flow.

  • Wrote explaining
    phrases to say to the patient while performing the steps to keep
    them informed.

did the same for counseling stations, patients note, and how to deal
with difficult patients.

After going through all these fears,
frustration, and the aspiration to figure out this solution. After
fighting all that and getting the hard knowledge. I sat down and
realized that there is a great need among other medical students,
interns, residents, as well as international foreign medical graduates
out there to have this information.

 So, what I did I put together  this
website, OSCEhome.

Read What Hundred Other Medical Students, Residents, and Graduates are
saying about OSCEhome’s Systematic Approach

* Do you need
OSCEhome step by step systematic approach to be clinically efficient??

If I could give you an
effective Clinical Skills strategy that would “outperform” the medical
interview approach you are currently using, would you be interested?Let me explain…

You didn’t figure out how to drive by
yourself! .. Yes?!.. In stead, you started with some one who knows how
to drive well and learned from him/her those specific driving steps,
short cuts, and valuable secrets that you now use them automatically
unconsciously every day!

In your preparation to your
OSCE exam, don’t you realize that it is noticeably logical to take the
same approach to shape up your communication and clinical skills?!

When you got your driving lessons, your instructor asked you to follow
specific steps and perform specific procedures in a specific
sequence,… right?!.. That’s because these specific steps and its
sequence have proved to be the most QUICK, logical, and safe practices.
By strictly following these steps, you can insure your safety, the
safety of other road users, and, of course, passing successfully the
driving license test!.

In OSCE exams, and
subsequently in your real life medical encounters with real patients,
OSCE examiners want you to be organized by following specific steps in
specific medically and ethically correct sequence in order to be
considered a thorough, efficient and safe physician.

That is a healthy approach and I sincerely encourage you
to do the same in your Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE exam
preparation! Find out the specific steps and the specific sequence!

That was the approach that I took!… I developed a step by step system.
Verified it with my staff physicians. Memorized it. Practiced it.
Modified and improved it over and over with the help of my mentors,
faculty, and friends.

It took OVER ONE YEAR of effort I don’t know how many medical students,
residents, and graduates helped to develop this advanced system! It was
kind of an open project.

Finally, I was satisfied that I had
created the best and the most comprehensive system of managing Clinical
Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam stations and real life medical
patient interviews possible and ready to start using it.

* And, was my clinical systematic approach ever a

  • As each one in my group
    has his or her own contacts with other medical students, graduates and
    residents, the system started to spread rapidly!..

  • More and more medical students,
    graduates and residents started to contact us to send them a copy!

  • They loved our Step By
    Step systematic approach!

  • They loved the straight
    forward simple yet comprehensive questions system that manages any
    medical OSCE station or encounter!

  • They loved how I organized the
    questions to be asked easily in an autopilot mode!

  • They loved that the verbal
    communications skills are covered unconsciously!

  • They loved that the system prevents
    the patient from surprises us with arguments!

  • I received comments like “That’s
    awesome,…. Now, I feel confident,…. You guys really found the secrets!….
    It saves a lot of time!….”

Many felt the increased confidence in their
clinical skills and communication skills in less than a month!

Read What Hundred Other Medical Students, Residents, and Graduates are
saying about OSCEhome’s Systematic Approach

* And that’s when it hit me!

Once I realized just how efficient it
to follow this systematic approach and saw how popular our Step By Step
Guide became with other medical students, graduates and residents

achieving high scores. I knew I’d be crazy not
to make this system available to everyone who wants to master the
clinical skills and pass the Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE

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