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I am a very ambitious girl.. Hardworking aswell
Unfortunetly i got 200 in assesment exam my step 1 is in 2 months..
Now i dont havr high aim i would just be happy with 230. What should i do to increase my score by 30 points in 2 months? Re read FA and UW or start doing new qbank like kaptest or usmle rx...
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Hi
I am a very ambitious girl.. Hardworking aswell
Unfortunetly i got 200 in assesment exam my step 1 is in 2 months..
Now i dont havr high aim i would just be happy with 230. What should i do to increase my score by 30 points in 2 months? Re read FA and UW or start doing new qbank like kaptest or usmle rx...
Please reply.......
I used Pathoma, DIT, and UW in addition to FA.

Take notes from all those sources and put them with your FA book.

Go through these notes at least 3x and also do some questions.

Take practice NBMEs after each pass to assess weak points and pay attention to those.

Leave 2 to 3 weeks before exam to to go through your notes QUICKLY so that everything stays fresh, take practice NBMEs (back to back) so that you can build stamina.

Take extra time out to 'drill in' hard to remember concepts such as 'developmental milesotnes', biochem, pathways, etc.

Hope this helps.
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