USMLE-Rx 17+

The Medical Student Resource

MedIQ Learning, LLC

    • 4.7 • 4.8K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



USMLE-Rx (by ScholarRx)

Ready to own the USMLE and master medical school? Now you can access any high-yield USMLE-Rx tool in one great app!* Get on-the-go access to USMLE board-style questions, Rx Bricks, flash cards, and videos.

The only app created and approved by First Aid authors puts the power of USMLE-Rx in your hands.


Study anytime, anywhere with your USMLE-Rx Qmax Subscription:

· Thousands of high-yield Step 1 questions, images, and explanations

· All your tests sync to the cloud for immediate access on any device

· Quiz yourself in multiple test modes with different question types

· Get detailed performance stats

Rx Bricks

· Nearly 800 high-yield, patient-centered eLearning modules

· “Need-to-know” topics succinctly explained with simple "clear language" explanations, often in under 20 minutes

· Clinical correlations, real-world stories, memorable mnemonics, and more

· Assess your understanding with measurable objectives, interactive flashcards, and practice questions built into each module

Flash Facts

Learning is literally at your fingertips with Step 1 Flash Facts:

· The *only* flash cards truly integrated with First Aid for the USMLE Step 1

· Over 14,000 flash cards help you nail USMLE Step 1 content quickly and efficiently

· Case-based flash cards put basic science concepts in a clinical context

· Study Stream uses spaced repetition to give you flash cards based on your own study schedule as well as your strengths and weaknesses

· Daily reporting helps you track your progress

· All your cards and progress sync to the cloud for immediate access on any connected device

· Searchable by organ system, discipline, and topic

Express Videos
· Over 80 hours of high-yield videos, over 1,300 videos in all

· 600+ images, helpful diagrams, and multimedia clips

· Integrations across multiple topics form strong, lasting connections to help you in class and on test day

· Each video features students clearly explaining a concept from First Aid, helping you learn faster

*Requires a valid subscription to Rx360+, USMLE-Rx Step 1 Qmax or Step 2CK Qmax, Rx Bricks, Step 1 Flash Facts, and/or Express Videos.

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What’s New

Version 4.07

- Fixing a bug where certain Express Videos could crash the app
- Improvements to Qmax questions
- Bug fixes and stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
4.8K Ratings

4.8K Ratings

54794$&74,()?! ,

Amazing resource, but missing a feature …

Scholar Rx is a “one-stop shop” for studying. It has everything you need to thoroughly understand difficult concepts … reading, flashcards, questions, videos!

But this app is missing one feature thar I think would make it truly amazing … annotation option.

I would LOVE the ability to take notes on the article and save it as a separate note. I’m a very visual/kinesthetic learner. Writing shorthand notes helps me retain info. If this is a feature that could be added into the app, then that would be wonderful! 😁

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate all of your suggestions and hope you'll send us more ideas at


Frustratingly unreliable

Paid for a one month subscription to try out your service before my end of year exam. Not only does your service go down the day before my final and I can’t log into my account, but it goes down in the middle of a practice test.

On top of that the error I get says “We can’t connect to your device right now, please try again” so I tried for over an hour to get it working again thinking that it was an error on my part. My computer or wifi or something. What it should have said was “Our service is down right now, please try again later” Or it should just be much more reliable. This is after having several issues staying connected during practice tests as well.

Not only am I mad that I wasted my money on a month subscription but I will definitely not be renewing and will be advising all that I can to stay away.

Developer Response ,

We're sorry about the issue that you faced last week. Our hosting provider, Microsoft Azure, went down on that day, which impacted our site (as well as many others around the globe). We would appreciate the opportunity to follow up with you, so please contact us at if you would be willing to talk with a member of our team. Thanks!

christinaa83 ,

Test Review

The biggest thing that drives me nuts is when I go to review a test and it starts from the end instead of question one. If I’m doing it wrong, let me know! Also, there’s too many abbreviations in descriptions. You first have to write the word out and use parenthesis with the abbreviation the first time you use it and then throughout the same paragraph you can just use the abbreviation; that’s the proper grammatical way to use abbreviations. I find myself trying to decipher things because it’s not always written out first…”STL”…what’s that? St. Louis? No. Eventually, you figure it out, but that’s not something you should have to problem solve when you’re reading explanations. Otherwise, I really enjoy the program.

App Privacy

The developer, MedIQ Learning, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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