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Old 09-06-2014
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Is it wise to enrol in kaplan for step 1...If yes which program is better....
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If you the money to spend, then go right ahead.

However, I'd recommend you take the Kaplan diagnostic test to assess your starting point and then decide whether you'd benefit from taking a course (again that depends on whether you can cover the material by yourself v. needing some structure to your schedule.)
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I have wasted money on those live lectures online. They are useless. I think private tutor is the best way to go. I can give you my tutors number. I dont know if she has any slot left but she is cheap and she is on your head all the time & make you study & test you all the time. pm me if you need her contact.
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I agree with drshkh.

Do the books with the videos by yourself and get a tutor. Very thoughtful of this doctor to recommend a tutor for you. They are more useful in the long run.
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