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Is it possible for an step 1 or 2ck exam taker to use the first 15 minutes of the exam (which is normally for getting familiar with the exam process) to write down some notes on the scratch. For example, drawing brachial or lumbosacral plexus or some other stuff in order to refer to them while reading the questions?! Please help me with this ...

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Is it possible for an step 1 or 2ck exam taker to use the first 15 minutes of the exam (which is normally for getting familiar with the exam process) to write down some notes on the scratch. For example, drawing brachial or lumbosacral plexus or some other stuff in order to refer to them while reading the questions?! Please help me with this ...
you can walk in and write whatever you want....and THEN start the exam!!!
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you can walk in and write whatever you want....and THEN start the exam!!!
Thank you. It was a great help!
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My advice... finish the tutorial in 2 min by just checking the headphones n clicking next n next n next... add rest of 13 min into break time... that wil b worth it... 58 min break wil come in handy throughout the exam...
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