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If I subscribe 2 months' USMLE World Qbank, it actually needs how many hours to go through all of them and normally how many times we should go through them again before we actually take the exam? Thanks.
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Well it depends on you, how much info you already have and how much you will need to add, etc... For me, studying full time, I can do from 1.5-2 block per day without writing notes on paper (only marking them with yellow)
And for review, I intend to start with the wrong ones after I finish the qbank then take random questions.

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Well it depends on you, how much info you already have and how much you will need to add, etc... For me, studying full time, I can do from 1.5-2 block per day without writing notes on paper (only marking them with yellow)
And for review, I intend to start with the wrong ones after I finish the qbank then take random questions.

Good luck
2 blocks per day? 100 questions?

This is a full study day of how many hours, 8-10? Had you done previous studying? So it takes 4 hours for 1 block? Ohh nooo.... I was under the impression that i can do 200 questions per day. This will surely put me behind. I haven't even started questions and plan to do all 3 qbanks.

Thanks for your input.
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2 blocks per day? 100 questions?

This is a full study day of how many hours, 8-10? Had you done previous studying? So it takes 4 hours for 1 block? Ohh nooo.... I was under the impression that i can do 200 questions per day. This will surely put me behind. I haven't even started questions and plan to do all 3 qbanks.

Thanks for your input.

Hey toostsie,
Well, may be it's because I am obcessive and reading every little word in the explanation no matter whether I got the question right or wrong.

What about others? What is the average of questions they do per day? Please let me know how would you do, because I might have to change my strategy

Good luck for you
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Well, I don't know about others but I do 2 blocks (46 questions each) daily. I am a very lazy person and I can't study more than 8 hours/day. It takes me about 3-4 hours to finish 1 block (including making notes) and I go through all the explanations which I believe is really important in order to get a hold of the concepts. Earlier, I was doing 3 blocks but that just didn't seem to help me, it was more like rushing through without understanding much.
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