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Help How to score more?

I have finshed u world once with a score of 67%
Gave UWSA 1 one month back and got a score of 225
Uwsa 2 ,two weeks back was 250
150 free q's at prometric centre was 80%
My exam is slated for the next month.
What should I do to increase my scores.
I am doing blocks ,NBME offline except for 12 and 11 and have been getting 80% correct.
I have been stuck at this score and don't know how to score higher

Have not done FA but doubt if reading that would increase my score as I have done Kaplan notes extensively twice before

It'll be kind of someone who has taken the exam recently to suggest me what to do.

Please help me out.:sorry:
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tat is good score to start wit...wat r u aimg 4?
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Thanks for replying doxorubicin. The problem is that I have got these scores after finishing Uworld,I expected to score higher. What really depressed me was that most people get 90% in the free usmle 150 questions/prometric practice test and I have just got 80%. I would be happy if I get anywhere above 240 in the end. Have you taken the step yet?
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