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Hello guys il be starting my step 1 prep soon! N the way i operate i need to test my self as well durinng the first read by doin questions as i feel it really complements to the way you think n helps you think differently from just what the book says!
So those who have tried it before i want to save Kaplan Q ank for my 2nd read and U world for the 3rd/4th(final read) Plz could any one advice me as to what question bank i can use along with my 1st read!
Iv heard some questions bank like USMLE rx or Consult dont have a very good reputation as far as the reliability is concerned. Plz recommend me some reliable Question banks!
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donn do consult.. its kinda worst qbank.. i would suggest u to do kaplan q plus . for 3 mnth subs. it ll help u. den u do uw.. its enough u to get high 99. and wats ur duration for prep? Accordin to tat u plan..
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By Kaplan Q plus u mean Kaplan Q bank or its some other bank? I want to save Kaplan Q bank for my 2nd read n Uworld for my 3rd n final read! Im still in med school will be graduatin in 5 months n intend to take my exam after graduation so i have plenty of time!
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