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Kaplan Medical Should I do Kaplan MedEssentials?

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I am now doing the 2nd read from FA, doing Kaplan qbank, and then I will do Uworld
after that I'm planning to Do DIT.
Is it useful to do Kaplan medEssentials after that??, will it add something or it will just repeat the qbanks concepts??

to make it short, do you advice me doing it or just keep to FA??
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If you have time, a quick glance at ME after finishing the Kaplan lecture notes would be beneficial...(only if your exam is months away)

If the exam is like 1 month from now, you should save time for reviewing what you have learned to make sure that on the exam date, you can recall it immediately...

That's why ppl call FA the bible or most useful last minute review source. You shouldn't memorize it without knowing it cold. Learn it actively by discussing it with someone or making notes onto it...

If you want to spread yourself thin, do it now or 3 months way from the exam, don't confuse yourself in the last month before the exam...Its impossible to know everything.
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Thanks, I guess I wont do it
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