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Old 07-08-2011
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hi please anyone can give me advice that atleast how much i had to prepare to get good score i am just in my first read of books and have got eligiblity period of september to october and i can only do 2 reads of kaplan and q banks in this time duration coz i have left with just 3 months .. so double minded whether to postponed my exam ? or just flip the coin and go for it ?how many moths of prep i require to get good score
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the number of reads dnt matter that much if u get the concept..its not possible to remember everything bt try to get the idea behind it n if u can do it in first read then its fine..best of luck
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yes i agree.. getting concept, good application of knowledge is required more than number of reads....give tharough reading of everyhting and do as many questions as possible...more exposure to more questions give more concepts....and dont flip coin..go for exam if you are ready and confident
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yes i agree.. getting concept, good application of knowledge is required more than number of reads....give tharough reading of everyhting and do as many questions as possible...more exposure to more questions give more concepts....and dont flip coin..go for exam if you are ready and confident
YES U r right as am still a student .. most of the concepts are fresh in my mind .. my plan is first read plus kaplan q bank then second read of kaplan and uworld along with f.a and then f.a and uworld and then f.a and nbmes i think that gonna work ...
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the number of reads dnt matter that much if u get the concept..its not possible to remember everything bt try to get the idea behind it n if u can do it in first read then its fine..best of luck
thanx and plz tell me that can i do good prep in 3 months if i stduy about 8 to ten hours and i m just to finish my first read of kaplan notes...
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