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Old 08-30-2014
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Hey Guys,
My exam is in December. Done with one read of kaplan notes with videos. Doing goljan now. Still have to read FA and revise the notes as I am not able to recall most of it.
When should I start solving u world? What all nbme would you recommend?
Any suggestions and advices as to plan studies effectively for the next 3 and half months. Really want to prepare the best. Aiming for 250+
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
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Start FA and Uworld...FA atleast 3 times and Uworld 2 times...NBMEs inbetween...
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Thank you hope2015.
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Try doing questions as well! I find USMLE-Rx to be a pretty comprehensive question bank; it's made by the writers of First Aid. I have a discount code available until 9/4/14 : DOWNQMAX1 $129 for 12-month subscription, you can buy now and activate up to 6 months later if you prefer to wait.
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Originally Posted by wizardofgauze View Post
Try doing questions as well! I find USMLE-Rx to be a pretty comprehensive question bank; it's made by the writers of First Aid. I have a discount code available until 9/4/14 : DOWNQMAX1 $129 for 12-month subscription, you can buy now and activate up to 6 months later if you prefer to wait.
Hey. Thank you so much for your help.
Do you have pathoma videos for free download?
Please let me know. My email id is polymerdell@gmail.com
Thanks again. Good luck.
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