As you begin to prepare for USMLE Step 1 you will likely something about the Goljan lecture series and the Goljan pathology review book. Dr. Edward Goljan is a pathologist at Oklahoma State University Medical School (you can read more about him at his or on .) In my opinion, there is no one in the country who knows more about what student need to learn for Step 1 than Dr. Goljan. There are currently a number of board prep materials available to medical students thanks to Dr. Goljan, let me discuss a few of them.
I got the ASCP Molecular Pathology review book. I paged through it and I don't think it will be very helpful. There are no sample questions, and it covers a variety of different diseases in detail. There is a chapter reviewing molecular that pretty much covers the exam content outline section for molecular science, but other than that I don't think the book will be useful.
Another required book for Step 1 is a pathology review book
Another required book for Step 1 is a pathology review book. The two most commonly used books are and (#3). I prefer the BRS book because it is a no-nonsense text with a few pictures and tables but mostly focused on simple and clear text. You should browse through both books before deciding which one you will use.