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Default Uworld plan help?

hey yall
so ive been doing Uworld for a while now subject mode but timed- annotating FA along with it and I have 22% left. My exam is june 3rd. I'm thinking of resetting and doing it random (with 3 blocks a day) until test day.

Any thoughts?
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Yes! That sound like a good plan. I wished I did that, but I only had time to do repeat the incorrect ones. Just make sure you get to review all the questions you do per day so the info sticks... If you wait to review the answers later you might forget the info...just my experience.

Also, try to do 1 or 2 days of 7 blocks with the 45 min break if you can to improve endurance. I did that and it really helped me to stay focus and know when I would need an extra break or a caffeine boost. Random and timed once you reset is good and watch your time.

Also, once you reset the qbank mark those you are weak on, so you can give it a quick review 1-2 weeks before your test to keep them fresh.

Hope that helps
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Thank you so much!! I really appreciate your help
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