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hi everyone!!
I am done with kaplan (finished in 3 moths videos on demand and with the notes), I am so sad because I feel like I know nothing... I did questions after every subject I finished (questions from kaplans question book, got it from amazon), and I feel like I could only answer about 30% of them is it normal???? I am planning on reading first aid ... but I don't know if I'm ready to start with first aid since I feel like I know nothing from what I read, I mean I am not good recalling the information, I just know where in the book it is but if you where to ask me for example...what's derived from Rathke's pouch? I would have to look it up is it normal
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its normal ... it happened to me as well... just keep on reading... thats all there is too this exam .. reading and understanding why something happens.
Go over kaplan again and slow it down. Everyone has a different pace of studying and understanding information.

The moral is take a break and get back on the horse .. Medicine is all about determination nothing more and nothing less.
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