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Old 06-12-2011
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Help How do I maximize my score at this point

Just a brief intro to where I stand before asking for advice
I am an IMG my exam in on 27th July. I am done reading Kaplan for all subjects
except Goljan for pathology here r my scores of q banks and assessments

Kaplan Qbank: 71% subjectwise
UWSA2: 260 / end of march
then started UW: 82% random timed
NBME6: 235 on 26th may

Please advice how do I maximize my score this time? I have already done FA twice. I just keep planning these days am not working hard plz help me plan something
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What score are you looking for?
If you are looking for the range of 230s to 240s, then you seem to be ready.
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thanks for the reply . am looking for 260+
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82% in uworld wow that's an amazing score...best of luck and i guess u shud just keep on solving more and more questions till the end...
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thank u mashee.
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