NBME, Kaplan Qbank, and USMLEWorld Qbank Score 2014 Correlation Table

This correlation can be used for all USMLE Steps including Step 1, Step 2 CK and Step 3.

USMLE discontinued 2-digit score reporting, which began in July 1, 2011 and USMLE Program expects to eliminate the 2-digit score on or about April 1, 2013.

NBME QKaplan QUW Q BankUSMLE 3-digit
<390<40%<43%<190 (Fail)
40041%46%197
41043%47%198
42045%48%200
43047%49%202
44048%50%203
45051%51%204
46051%52%205
47053%53%207
48055%54%208
49057%55%210
50058%56%216
51060%57%218
52061%58%220
53063%59%222
54063%60%224
55065%61%226
56066%62%228
57067%63%230
58068%64%232
59068%65%234
60069%66%236
61069%67%238
62070%67%238
63071%68%240
64072%68%240
65073%69%241
66074%70%243
67075%71%245
68076%72%247
69077%73%249
70078%74%251
71079%75%253
72079%76%255
73080%77%257
74081%78%259
75081%79%261
76082%80%263
77082%81%265
78083%82%266
790+84%+85%+270+
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7 COMMENTS

  1. I appreciate this chart, however why are your equivalent scores for the NBME questions so far off from the equivalent score that NBME gives on its score report?

  2. @erfranke89 NBME makes sure a score of 500 is equivalent to the current average on the usmle. With that said this chart in my opinion is outdated.

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