Rx360 blends three tools into one powerful, proven study system.
Students who score 250+ on the USMLE Step 1 use the right combination of high-yield study tools.
Step 1 Qmax
Our USMLE-style Qbank was developed by the authors of First Aid. It contains over 2,200 high-yield Step 1 questions, thorough explanations, illustrations, charts, and more. We’ve upgraded it over the past 18 months—and 3 out of 4 participants in the Rx Challenge say it’s the best Qbank on the planet!
Learn more about Step 1 Qmax
With over 12,000 facts, this Step 1 flash card application solidifies your knowledge and improves your weak areas. It also includes Study Stream, which is powered by a spaced retrieval algorithm to help you study efficiently. And of course, Flash Facts is the only flashcard system fully integrated with First Aid.
Learn more about Flash Facts
With over 80 hours of exclusive videos that explain each fact from First Aid, these videos will help you master this crucial material so you’ll feel confident in the classroom and on test day. On-screen highlights, photos, multimedia clips, an editable color workbook, and active learning questions help you form strong, lasting connections with the material.
Learn more about Express Videos
I love the diverse questions and explanations found using USMLE-Rx. It’s an amazing resource that not only provides a great question bank, but videos and flashcards to go along with First Aid.
The only comprehensive digital exam prep product created by the authors of First Aid, designed for use alongside First Aid.
All 3 tools in the Rx360 study system connect with each other—and with First Aid—to help you master the content you’re learning and OWN the USMLE Step 1. Once you review a subject in one tool, Rx360 lets you explore it further it in all the other tools.
For instance, imagine your instructor introduces the topic of bacterial genetics in class. To dive deeper, you watch the Express Video—where a senior student explains it clearly and crisply. At the end of the video, you see links to the topic of bacterial genetics in both Flash Facts and Qmax.
So you decide to test your knowledge of bacterial genetics by clicking over to Flash Facts, where you go through the 20 flashcards associated with the topic.
Feeling confident about your knowledge of bacterial genetics, you click over to Qmax to test yourself with topical, USMLE-style practice questions.
As you review your answers to the practice test, you find quick access to the bacterial genetics section of First Aid included with your subscription.
And finally, as you review the topic again in First Aid, you always have immediate access to a clear video explanation of the content at the click of a button. All without ever having to leave USMLE-Rx.
Rx360’s tools are 100% integrated, letting you easily explore the same topic across any of the tools for a truly high-yield study experience.
Do you want to come back to a First Aid topic?
Add it to your Study Stream, and you’ll see the right flashcards to review at the right time.
Study Stream uses spaced repetition to track your performance over time and make your studying more efficient. See topics more often if you aren't sure you fully understand them, and less often once you master each topic, to optimize your study time.
As you add topics from First Aid, more flashcards are added to Study Stream. And the best part? You can add to your Study Stream from both Flash Facts and Qmax.
Use any Rx360 tool. Anytime, anywhere. With one simple app.
Turn a long wait at a restaurant, a 30-minute car ride, or idle time before an appointment into high-yield study time. Without having to switch between apps. Our easy-to-use app enables you to take tests, review flashcards, or watch videos—anytime, anywhere.
What students are saying about Rx360:
Students love Rx360 because it’s the only comprehensive digital exam prep platform created by the authors of First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 for use alongside First Aid.
I have done several Qbanks, but none of them can compare or compete with the explanations that Qmax provides per question. Also, I love the videos and how they are an interactive way to complement First Aid.