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USMLE Galaxy, LLC Launches Live and Cost Effective USMLE Review Courses and Practice Sessions Right on Your Desktop through its Subsidiary CcsWorkshop.com
Date:5/20/2009

op.com" onclick="linkClick( this.href );" target="_blank">www.CcsWorkshop.com. These reviews were a huge success and have reached about 3000 USMLE step3 examinees in a span of 8 months. Dr.Red CCS Workshop focuses on a unique way of preparing students for USMLE Step3 CCS and hence, is a grand success with consistent demand for about 2 workshops a month. Archer rapid review for Step3 was initially started as a 2 day course but now extended to 3-days. Archer USMLE Step3 rapid review attempts to cover all frequently tested USMLE Step3 topics over a duration of 26 hours. The most helpful feature of these reviews is that you can interact and participate in the live course with out having to leave your home. These reviews have been especially useful for the residents who are very busy with their training. Now, USMLE Galaxy, LLC is also releasing live, online reviews for USMLE Step1 and Step2. These reviews will be available right on your desktop and most importantly, they are live. All you need is a computer with internet access and a microphone. If you do not have a microphone, you can use a telephone to interact with your instructor. You can participate as you do in a classroom. A "hand" icon on the software lets you notify the instructor that you have a question any time during the session. Your question will be answered by the instructor at the end of each sub-topic. These reviews can be accessed from anywhere in the world.

Balaji.T, USMLE Galaxy's (http://www.ccsworkshop.com)(http://www.usmlegalaxy.com) Executive Vice President of Marketing said: "These interactive, live sessions bring expert teaching and classroom atmosphere to your very own home. Most of our physicians are experts in teaching, have scored very high on their USMLEs and are board certified w
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