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Old 01-13-2012
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Listening Can I get 220 in 47 days?

i have done FA once and Goljan once....

exam is in 47 days

studying about 16 hrs/day?

just started Uworld.....at 40%

can I get a 220+ if I work my butts of for next one and half month.....
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If you can, you are a beast.
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Realistically, no one can give a satisfactory reply to your question. It depends mainly on your ability, and on the level of your knowledge and understanding of the subjects involved. If you cant postpone, then make best use of whatever time you have. What u're aiming for is not impossible, but it wont be easy either. Take an NBME around 3-4 weeks before ur exam...that wil give u a better assessment of ur preparation, and will also pinpoint your weak areas.
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i have done FA once and Goljan once....

exam is in 47 days

studying about 16 hrs/day?

just started Uworld.....at 40%

can I get a 220+ if I work my butts of for next one and half month.....
I think It all depends on how much you`re prepared right now.
I recommend you do NBME 1-2 weeks before your exam and look at the result. It`s a very good estimation of your performance at the real exam.
Good Luck!
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