Spoken English Proficiency (SEP)

CS for IMGs, Part II, SEP

The Spoken English Proficiency (SEP) component is one of the three components of the CS exam. The SPs grade the candidates on their spoken English, and how clear their English sounds. If you would like your clinical and interpersonal skills to shine in the CS2 exam, and your practice beyond, and not be diminished by the way you are speaking, then use this section as your guide to success.

Video Sections

A - Introduction and Word Concepts

Course Background and Foundational Concepts

B - Challenging Consonants

How to Pronounce 9 Challenging Consonants

C - Challenging Consonants

How to Pronounce 8 More Challenging Consonants

D - Challenging Vowels

How to Pronounce 6 Challenging Vowels

Grammar Questions Pattern

This chapter explains the verb tenses and stressing on the most common questions pattern used on the USMLE CS

Video Study Resources I

This section is for consonant sounds. Each section has an accompanying audio. Listen along when completing the exercises, or while checking your work. The complete answer key follows the exercises.

Video Study Resources II

This section is for vowel sounds and questions. Each section has an accompanying audio. Listen along when completing the exercises, or while checking your work. The complete answer key follows the exercises.