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Please guide me...if I do uworld very well...........can I get 220+ in the exam..........

I have very small amount to time left??????
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i hear uw plus 1st aid means 220 but i dont know if this is true
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Please guide me...if I do uworld very well...........can I get 220+ in the exam..........

I have very small amount to time left??????
Depending on your background. Are you a med student/fresh grad? How long have you been studying? How many Qs have you been doing?...

The score increases with your practice. I have collected how ppl correlate their performance on Qbank with the real exam score, ie:

Kaplan: if you have the avr score of 50-60%, you ll pass. >65%, you will have a great score.
UW: cum. score >60%, you will pass surely. >70% great score
Rx: use the scrorellator
NMBE tests will tell the most precise prediction. Usally, the real score is between the NMBE scores...

So, do UW and see how you score on NMBEs, that is it. Hope it helps.
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Depending on your background. Are you a med student/fresh grad? How long have you been studying? How many Qs have you been doing?...

The score increases with your practice. I have collected how ppl correlate their performance on Qbank with the real exam score, ie:

Kaplan: if you have the avr score of 50-60%, you ll pass. >65%, you will have a great score.
UW: cum. score >60%, you will pass surely. >70% great score
Rx: use the scrorellator
NMBE tests will tell the most precise prediction. Usally, the real score is between the NMBE scores...

So, do UW and see how you score on NMBEs, that is it. Hope it helps.
she/he sent me a PM and i told him/her almost same as u told . . . .
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Depending on your background. Are you a med student/fresh grad? How long have you been studying? How many Qs have you been doing?...

The score increases with your practice. I have collected how ppl correlate their performance on Qbank with the real exam score, ie:

Kaplan: if you have the avr score of 50-60%, you ll pass. >65%, you will have a great score.
UW: cum. score >60%, you will pass surely. >70% great score
Rx: use the scrorellator
NMBE tests will tell the most precise prediction. Usally, the real score is between the NMBE scores...

So, do UW and see how you score on NMBEs, that is it. Hope it helps.

good advice !!
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