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will do uworld and fa also
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Just stick to first aid and world for neuro.Make sure u know each and every concept in first aid neurology section and you are good to go for exam
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really ? but ppl say fa is totally insufficent , even some guys say high yield also is insufficent
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really ? but ppl say fa is totally insufficent , even some guys say high yield also is insufficent
Well first aid is sufficient along with uworld but make sure u understand every topic not jus read or memorise it but have good concepts for that u can refer to high yield .This was my experience with step 1 exam
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thanks man , u made me happy . cuz one guy said they are insufficent , and i was little bit worried
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