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wow that sounds like a dream
step 1 over a weekend or less

is this real?
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wow that sounds like a dream
step 1 over a weekend or less

is this real?
I purchased this course for $199
Here's the deal
It's truly 24 hours of video.
The videos are nice and very very high yield, sort of like Kaplan videos

The only thing is that it's not enough alone, you need some sort of primary materials and then you can come to these videos and crash step 1.

Another warning, it's 24 hours of videos, that does not mean you can finish it in 24 hours, you need at least 4 days to follow the entire course.
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I purchased this course for $199
Here's the deal
It's truly 24 hours of video.
The videos are nice and very very high yield, sort of like Kaplan videos

The only thing is that it's not enough alone, you need some sort of primary materials and then you can come to these videos and crash step 1.

Another warning, it's 24 hours of videos, that does not mean you can finish it in 24 hours, you need at least 4 days to follow the entire course.
How do u get these videos? I mean do u access them online or do you get DVDs mailed out to you?
And is there any deadline to use these videos if they are made available online?
And do you think you would have made it comfortbaly without these videos just by KAplan books
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How do u get these videos? I mean do u access them online or do you get DVDs mailed out to you?
And is there any deadline to use these videos if they are made available online?
And do you think you would have made it comfortbaly without these videos just by KAplan books
Yes. Of course you can pass without these videos.
But these videos offer very nice quick review that you can use at the last few days of your prep. Kind a of wrap up.
When I purchased the course, I got the online access only, it was I think for three months (but am not sure, I can't remember).
You can also request them to send you the DVDs, if you wish.
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Learn Chinese, run around the equator and do your 5-year residency in 24 hours.... for 99.99
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so they have the pharma one hour session up as a trial. Gonna watch it right now and put a review up later...hopefully its the whole hour though and not just a little sample.
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That's an hour I won't get back. What a bore.

Lady's voice is so monotonous that it puts you to sleep. Basically just another form of DIT. Reads out key facts from FA.

Save your money.
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@haga: That's a huge achievement! You were able to listen for an hour!! I gave up on the first 4 lines...

Is it me or is it like the voice is computer-generated? That's why it sounds monotonous. I remember that there are softwares wherein you just type in the script and the computer will read it out for you. My siblings and I used to play with those when we were kids.
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That's an hour I won't get back. What a bore.

Lady's voice is so monotonous that it puts you to sleep. Basically just another form of DIT. Reads out key facts from FA.

Save your money.
please don't compare this to Dit!
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@haga: That's a huge achievement! You were able to listen for an hour!! I gave up on the first 4 lines...

Is it me or is it like the voice is computer-generated? That's why it sounds monotonous. I remember that there are softwares wherein you just type in the script and the computer will read it out for you. My siblings and I used to play with those when we were kids.
me too..definitely computer generated...
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