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Listening NBME Forms; Standard or Self-Paced?

Do I have to make the NBME self assessment forms standard or self paced , and If I buy it can I keep it WITHOUT activation for how long?
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About activation of the forms please read here
How long am I allowed access to NBME

Standard paced means you get one hour for each section of 50 questions, Self paced means you get 4 hours for each 50 questions so you have more time to read and do the questions.

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About activation of the forms please read here
How long am I allowed access to NBME

Standard paced means you get one hour for each section of 50 questions, Self paced means you get 4 hours for each 50 questions so you have more time to read and do the questions.

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ok thanks , but usually when people take it which one to choose????which is more similar to exam??
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ok thanks , but usually when people take it which one to choose????which is more similar to exam??
I'd say the standard paced, closer to the real exam.

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standard pace, without a doubt. MUST do standard pace.
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in the standard paced can i have break????
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yes u can have breaks as many as long you want you just have to close the window!!

use your form within 3 weeks of purchase and within 2 weeks of starting the test.
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one last question as this is my first NBME , should we take it at morning or , can we take it in the evening
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one last question as this is my first NBME , should we take it at morning or , can we take it in the evening
you can take it whenever you like
but I would encourage taking it in the morning.
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