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Default If you had 3 months to study for step 1 , what would you study ?

In other words, what are the most important books/subjects you would focus on ?
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i havent given my step1 yet....but i would do pathoma, physiology, behavioural....do wronfg and marked questions in uw....nd if im scoring low in nbme then dit otherwise will not....and if i feel i need to do more ques then would do another qbank....u have loads of time left, surely u can do it
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In other words, what are the most important books/subjects you would focus on ?
You need to use the UFAP (UWORLD, First Aid, Pathoma). Start now. Try to finish UWORLD at least once and learn from the explanations. Annotate the explanations into First Aid. Watch pathoma, annotate into first aid as well.
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