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Old 01-09-2012
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Help question regarding prep

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so i have finished uworld one time with avg score of 68%

have marked plenty of questions too
but my NBME score was only a 220 (prediction) on the actual test.
i have given the step 1 before and failed. and so donot want to go into the test till nbme predicts 230-235+ on the actual test.


i want to go over the entire qbank one more time (apart from the marked questions) .... my problem is how to do it???

if i keep on doing random questions.. they will get repeated.. how can i ensure i have done all the questions twice???

is there any way to make sure of that?? ( considering we cannot reset the qbank)


if not.. then what are the suggestions to do uworld qbank 2nd time??
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i had that problem when i was re-doing my qbank, i don't know of any way around it
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Can you mark all question as you review them, and then when you go to make another site you select the unmarked and used questions? Or just step a new account for a month or so and mark all questions done as you review the answers (last choice).
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thank you for the advice...
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