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Old 09-23-2015
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Default Study plan for USMLE step 1

Hi guys,

As everybody else, I have been searching for courses and guides to make an effective study plan for the tests. Unfortunately several cost a lot of money and many cannot apply for a working IMG. If somebody know a passing step 1 student, can you share the tips for making a good study time? Since only studying lecture notes and FA isn´t recommended but also do many hours of reading lecture notes and how many questions?

If anybody gives a hitch it would really be helpful
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That book ought to be fine! In the event that you need to purchase the most up to date one 6 months before your test that would work as well, to see the slight changes that may be made. A considerable measure of my schoolmates did what you did and contemplated all through the soil two years and made notes in their emergency treatment books.

I would unquestionably purchase a supscriptuon to the online inquiry bank USMLE world - otherwise called Uworld. A touch expensive, however do it for your second year or the most recent 6 months of it. I had colleagues spend their whole second year doin Uworld two or three times through and scarcely paying consideration on the schools coursework. While they attempted to pass the schools courses, some of them got 240-260 on uworld-a substantially more noteworthy thing on your résumé/transcripts than straight An's in your school courses... Something I would truly consider doing in the event that I could do a reversal and do it once mor

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