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Old 05-18-2011
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Help How to discuss NBME questions?

As our forum rules state that the questions cannot be posted and discussed here on the forum, I would like to know is there any other way we could discuss the concepts behind the questions on NBME without breaking the rules? Any suggestions, advices from administrators, forum users will be very useful.
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Old 05-19-2011
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Default Here's how

You can discuss the concepts you see in NBME questions. You can also give a summerized idea about what the question was asking but you are not allowed to (copy and paste) the question. It's copyrighted material.

Also, as a courtesy, it's better to label your thread as "discussing an NBME question" so that other members who have not taken the NBME self assessment yet avoid reading your thread.
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