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Well I took NBME 12 last friday and got 232 in the correlation. I've done 30% of uworld with a score of 79%.

My question is, in order to get a higher score (aiming for 250 or above) which advice can you give me? I know that I still have more than a half o uworld but besides that? how much you think It would increase after have uworld completed?

Hope some answers!! thank you in advance.
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I have not taken the exam yet so take my advice with a grain of salt.
Once you finish UWorld (provided that you're doing it thoroughly), your score can go upto 240 easily.
To take it to 250+, I believe you'll need a second pass of UWorld as well as few more passes of FA, with more focus on your weak areas. Keep taking online NBMEs every 2-3 weeks or so. You should be able to take the exam within a couple of months if your studying speed is good. Looks like you're on the right track. Just a final push required.
Good Luck!
And please come back to share your experience once you have achieved 250. Thanks
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All right man, thanks for the advice... I'll bring any news about it!! good luck in your preparation
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