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Old 11-11-2011
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Hello there,

Did any one use USMLE World Q step one bank as a learning tool, actually I think using it this way help alot but take so much time in writing the note from the explanations?

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I personally believe that UW should not be used as a primary source of information.

You should read the books first and then use UW to solidify your knowledge and to train for the exam.
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Thank you Zebra, God bless you
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A friend of mine actually did do exactly that, he used the USMLE as the primary and pretty much only resource to prepare for the Step 1. He did not pass the first time around and had to retake it. His advice: use the First AID! The USMLE World is the best question bank available, it helps you prepare for the question types on the Step 1 but it is not a substitute for having learned the material well the first time around, and for good review resources.
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Thank you dear,
Do you guys read whole Goljan rapid review book or just the blue margins?thank you
Any one recommend USMLE Rx Q bank??
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