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Stop Dont post nbme questions as unlabelled thread

Attention all members of the forum
please for god sake dont post NBME questions without labelling them as NBME questions
they are our only self assessment tool
none of you would like that your NBME scores predict a good score and then you dont do well on final exam
by posting these questions as non labelled questions you are harming a lot many people
SO PLEASE DONT POST NBME QUESTIONS AS UNLABELLED
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Totally agree...we all are on same track. So let's help each other with not spoiling our exam with any kinda bias.
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Thank you for posting this! Any alert for NBME or even UW if possible is important! Was going to write this myself!
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Not only they should be labelled as NBME questions but members should refrain from posting NBME questions altogether.

In USMLE Forums we don't allow for copyright infringment.

NBME questions are copyrighted and cannot be copy pasted here in this forum. For more information please read here
http://www.usmle-forums.com/site-new...questions.html

If you find any post that is a copy past of NBME question please report it immediately
here's the button that you should click



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