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Old 08-28-2012
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Idea! Compile step 1,2 and CS in experiences thread

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I suggest if UFs moderators could compile step 1, CK, CS experience threads in one thread for each exam. This will help all future test applicants to see all threads of particular exam and compare between them. Each day, we have more than 20 new threads, especially step 1 forum, that make it very difficult to track past experiences!!
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Thank you for the suggestion but am not sure if I understood what you mean by your post?

Step 1, Step 2 CK, and Step 2 CS Experiences can be tracked easily using the tagging system.

The home page contains links to all three tags.
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Thank you for the suggestion but am not sure if I understood what you mean by your post?

Step 1, Step 2 CK, and Step 2 CS Experiences can be tracked easily using the tagging system.

The home page contains links to all three tags.
I meant that to compile each step experiences threads in one thread as comments. So for future, each member will add his/her experience as a comment in this thread than a stand alone thread in tons of threads.

Tags are good but don't show exclusively what I suggest
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