USMLE Step 1 Question Bank Demonstration – Free Access 30 days

Archer Step 1 Question Bank Demonstration – Free Access 30 days

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USMLE Step 1 – Question of the Week#1

Q1. A 27-year-old man presents to physician with complain of pain in left thigh for last one month. Physical examination shows presence of a painful swelling just above left knee joint. Radiogram of left leg shows a radio-lucent lesion which is located eccentrically near lower end of femur. The lesion is surrounded by a thin rim of bone and soap-bubble appearance is present.


After necessary evaluation, en bloc resection of the lesion is performed and is sent for microscopic examination. Histology of the lesion shows multi-nuclear giant cells in network of sheets of oval mononuclear cells. Necrosis and mitotic activity are present in the lesion and reactive bone is present at the periphery.

Which of the following mechanisms best describe pathogenesis of the bone lesion?

A. Dysregulation of RANKL-RANK signaling cascade

B. Increased production of 2-hydroxyglutarate

C. Defective diffusion of Indian hedgehog factor

D. Inactivating mutation of a tumor suppressor gene

E. Activation of Gs protein and increased production of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP)

USMLE Step 1 – Archer Review- the Journey continues!

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About 10 years ago, Archer has launched CCS Workshops and USMLE Step3 review courses for Medical students and residents/ fellows preparing for USMLE step 3. These have gained immense popularity and have become a standard for Step 3 CCS prep and Theory concepts. We have had several requests by students to launch Q-banks which we have just introduced in January 2018.

Our Q-banks follow  the same logical analysis of concepts and extreme focus on highyield concepts to get the best score in shortest possible time. It does not matter how long you prepare and how much you know, unless you have the right strategy and focus on what works, it can be hard to score very high on USMLE exams.

When we released CCS Workshop for Step 3, this highly focused strategy to achieve best results in shortest time was our main focus and therefore, it has been a great success. We are applying the same strategy to preclinical concepts and have developed an extremely highyield Qbank for USMLE Step 1.

In our USMLE Step1 Qbank, huge emphasis is placed on Physiology, Patho-physiology, Pathology covering these topics extensively with exam style questions. Concepts are explained in detail under each answer so you can gain exposure to different topics included in differential diagnosis when looking at a single question. Our Illustrative explanations make learning easy. Also, our Qbank uses the same interface that you would be using on your actual Step 1 exam. Therefore, it lets you experience real time practice of the exact exam.

With Archer USMLE Step 1 question bank, you focus on what really works and excel in the shortest period of time! While there are several Qbanks in the market, our Qbank stands out by application of highyield approach – focusing heavily on areas that are highly tested on exam and cutting out noise that does not get tested so much on exam. This same strategy was proven to be highly successful in our USMLE Step 3 courses. At present, there are 600 questions in Archer Step 1 Qbank but we will continue to add several more each week. Goal is to reach 2000 Questions in the next few month.

While we move towards presenting you the most highyield Qbank, you are welcome to practice our USMLE Step 1 qbank free of cost. Please register at and go to product age and purchase 30 day access for $0 ( Yes, for $ZERO …no catch and you do not need to provide any payment info). You can use this promotional offer until December 2018.

Good luck with your USMLE journey!

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