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Hello fellow usmle step 1 takers,

I am an IMG and my graduation year is 2013. Started step 1 studying almost one year ago and now I am almost done with the first reading of KLN + lecture videos + Goljan + CMMRS + BRS physio, with an extensive, comprehensive studying of concepts.
Nevertheless, I feel that I don't remember anything.I started working 8 months ago so my schedule is a little overloaded.
My plan is to focus on First aid (which I've annotated with all that additional info from KLN) first read with DIT+Kaplan Qbank, second read with Uworld,using the books only for reference.In addition studying the books again in a passive way is counterproductive and time consuming.
Do you think this plan will work? Considering that Question banks are the best way to condense the knowledge and is a method of active learning I suppose it will be the best way to proceed right now. Can anyone else suggest something else or guide me with this frustrating situation?

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Hi espine,
I thinks your plan will work.You starded working 8 months ago so realy your schedule is overloaded.You should start reading like your schedule.Question banks are the best way to condense the knowledge and it will be the best way.You should not spent your valuable time.Ok i believe that you will success in your terget.
Thinks you.
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