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Old 09-08-2014
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Default Usmle world,, help

Should i write everything i find in USMLE WORLD cause many of my friends have done that but i find it waste of time,, this bank is so full of details that im sure i wn't encounter,, i can write things sure bt nt thaaaat much ,, what do u think ?
n i know i have to read the true n false n explanations.. but i think reading it quickly twice (like once per months) is better that killing each question for 2 months only once ! wat do u think ? i hope to score above 250 btw !
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Well you want to absorb as much information from the uworld qbank as you can. If you find annotating your First Aid with uworld not helpful to you, perhaps make separate notes on blank sheets of paper.

You can always refer to each set of notes as you revise your first aid sections.

Everyone learns differently but we all write the same exam so get the most of the materials as you can whichever method is comfortable to you.
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I'm not an expert in step one but based on my experience from CK ,UW is bible for exam.its not like u see exactly repeated questions from UW in ur real exam but the concepts and pattern of the questions are very similar.it worthes every second and every penny u spend on it
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Writing everything in uworld is totally waste of time. Just annotate hard concepts
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Writing everything from uworld will take a lot of time . Its better to understand and then revise it at a later date . You should try writing the tables and charts though . those are important . If you are spending more than 4 hours to review one block then you are probably spending too much time .
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Hey guys,
does anyone has discount code for u world?
it will be greatly appreciated if u can share it.
thank you so much.
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