The 100-Day Clinical Sciences Study Plan

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About the study plan

After many years of studying medicine, most medical students have to take one big final medical exam to prove they are ready to work as doctors. For written exams, you might have to study every day over several months. With AMBOSS, even this stressful phase becomes easier and more fun.

We studied for medical state exams ourselves and have all the expertise to help you prepare in a way that we wish we could have. Based on our knowledge of a wide ranges of international exams and curriculums, we created a learning plan that will help you revise the most important topics of medicine to prepare you for your final exams. This AMBOSS Study Plan provides you with a clear, structured way of studying and supports you with concise medical knowledge.

Scroll below, and you will find professionally written AMBOSS Articles covering subjects you’ll face in your final exams, such as Internal Medicine, Neurology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Pediatrics, Anaesthesiology, Surgery, and more! Each day in the study plan contains a series of AMBOSS Articles linked to case-based questions to test you on your medical knowledge.


Who is this study plan for?

This study plan is for any student looking for a structured way to revise all clinical science subjects (Internal Medicine, Surgical Sciences, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Pediatrics, and other clinical specialties) in a comprehensive manner.

Students might need to take an exam covering the entire clinical studies curriculum for various reasons, like:

  • A final exam before graduating out of medical school
  • Clinical licensure exams (USMLE Step 2, IFOM CSE, SMLE, PNA, etc.)
  • A pre-internship/-residency exam

What does this study plan cover?

The AMBOSS study plan consists of:

    1. A selection of expertly written and in-depth AMBOSS Articles that are allotted to each day, spanning over a hundred days and covering the various subjects you’ll find in your final medical exam.
    2. Each day’s reading is linked to the case-based questions from our Question bank, which test and reinforce the concepts taught in the AMBOSS Articles.

    As students are tested on recently studied concepts through clinical scenarios, they are required to integrate and apply their knowledge of the most important topics from these clinical subjects. This ensures that they possess the depth and range of clinical medical knowledge to ace in their final exams.

    How do I use this study plan?

    Once you have reviewed the day’s topics, we recommend that you test and reinforce these concepts by solving the Question Session linked at the bottom of each day’s list. This session contains a selection of case-based multiple-choice questions, tailored to the content you are expected to have covered on the day.v

    User notice:

    Please fill in the form to receive the study plan download link. To use the 100-day study plan with the AMBOSS platform, along with all of its interactive learning tools, you’ll first need to sign in to an account that has access to our Knowledge Library and Question Bank. If you’re new to AMBOSS, you can set up a free five-day trial to test it out. Once signed in, you can begin exploring all the topics and resources you’ll need to succeed in your exams!

    Start the AMBOSS 100-Day Study Plan

    For each day in the AMBOSS Study Plan, you will find a list of in-depth AMBOSS Articles covering the topics you’ll need for your exam. Each AMBOSS Article is integrated with case-based multiple-choice questions – tailored to the content you’ll have to study.

    To access the study plan, you must log in to AMBOSS. If you don’t have an AMBOSS account you can create one here.

    Day 1-36: Study Internal medicine

    Day 28 and 29: Revision Internal Medicine

    No Articles today! Use the day to revise whatever topics you had trouble with the last few days. We also set up a set of questions for to answer today as revision of the last few days.

    Start Internal Medicine questions for revision I

    Start Internal Medicine questions for revision II

    Day 36: Revision Infectiology

    That was a tough chapter, right? Take some time to revise all those bugs that you had trouble memorizing. You can also take this day to have a closer look at infectious diseases that are especially common in your specific region.

    Start Start Infectious Diseases/ Infectiology and hygiene questions for revision

    Day 37-46: Study Paediatrics

    Day 45 and 46: Revision Paediatrics

    Congratulations, you are almost halfway through! Take two days to read through any topic from Paediatrics that was difficult for you. Check your knowledge with our Paediatrics question sets:

    Start Start Paediatrics questions for revision I

    Start Paediatrics questions for revision II

    Day 47: Study Genetics

    Day 48-51: Study Dermatology

    You’re halfway. Keep going!

    Day 52-54: Study Anaesthesiology, emergency medicine

    Day 55-59: Study Surgery

    Day 60-65: Study Trauma and orthopedic surgery

    Day 66-71: Study Gynecology and obstetrics (O & G)

    Day 70 and 71: Revision Gynecology and obstetrics

    Amazing work! You are getting closer and closer to finally being a doctor! Today, take some time to go through the ObGyn topics of the last days again and don’t forget to do some questions, too.

    Start Gynecology and obstetrics questions for revision I

    Start Gynecology and obstetrics questions II

    Day 72-74: Study Urology

    Day 75-76: Study Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)

    Day 77-78: Study Ophthalmology

    Day 79-86: Study Neurology

    Day 86: Revision Neurology

    Only two weeks left to go! You’re doing great!  Neurology is a really tough subject, so take some time today to address your weaknesses.

    Start Neurology questions for revision

    Day 87-91: Study Psychiatry

    Day 92-96: Study Pharmacology

    Day 97: Study Radiology, Occupational and environmental medicine, Social medicine

    Day 98-100: Study Legal medicine, Pathology, Epidemiology

    Day 100: Nothing!

    You’ve done it! Congratulations! Today you deserve  a day of only the things you love and that help you keep calm. You are well prepared and we are sure you will be surprised by your own achievements in your final exam! Best of luck!

    Congratulations! You’ve made it. Keep Calm and Study On!

    Best wishes from everyone at AMBOSS!


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