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Question Can I skip Part 1 DIT questions?

Is it okay if I skip part 1 DIT questions and begin part 2 DIT video lectures/notes/quizzes etc?
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please help me
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Hey mike, hows the prep coming along? What dit part 1 questions are you talking about? the work book or the prequiz ?
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Hey mike, hows the prep coming along? What dit part 1 questions are you talking about? the work book or the prequiz ?
It's coming along alright. How about yourself?

http://www.doctorsintraining.com/usm...p-1/course-faq

"This is a two-part course available for any student wanting to perform well on the USMLE Step 1.
Part 1
During Part 1 of the course, 15 high-yield, clinically focused questions will be made available to you twice or three times a week depending on your start date. With respect to the 2012 courses, the questions will be made available beginning in January 2012 and will continue until May 2012. If you register after January 2012, all of the previously released questions will be made available to you after your account and log-in details have been established, and future questions will be made available to you as they are released.
New Video Answers
We are excited to announce that we have added an additional feature this year that will allow you to access a short answer video on the course site. In this short video, Dr. Jenkins and additional MD educators will provide answers to your Part 1 questions. We strongly recommend completing the questions on your own and annotating First Aid prior to reviewing the answer videos even though these videos will be available to you at the same time questions are posted. To access these videos, just return to the Part 1 section of your dashboard on the course site.
This part of the course is designed to strengthen your knowledge base for the USMLE by reviewing high-yield information from the first two years of medical school. If you are currently attending medical school, the Doctors In Training USMLE Step 1 Review will not only help you study for the USMLE, but it will also help strengthen the knowledge base of what you are learning in the first few years of medical school.
Part 2
This portion of the 2012 course will begin on a date after March 12, 2012 that you determine works best for you. It consists of:
Approximately 80 hours of high-yield lectures that can be watched at any pace you like.
A high-yield study guide that corresponds with the lectures and is packed full of questions, notes and diagrams, study hints, and daily quizzes.
All lectures will be taught by one of our Physicians:
Brian Jenkins, MD
Mike McInnis, MD
Chris Lewis, MD
Hampton Richards, MD
Jennifer Shuford, MD
This part of the course is designed to help you review high-yield USMLE information in a manner that will make it easy for you to remember on the actual test day.
Because you will have already learned most of the topics covered, the sessions will be fast-paced and mentally stimulating for a more powerful review.
Emphasis will be placed on active learning and on making the information more easily digestible so that it will be easier to relearn and remember on the test day.
Additional emphasis will be placed on making vital connections between topics as well as continual review of the information so as to cement it in your mind.
Difficult topics will be explained thoroughly in a fashion that is organized and easy to understand."
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i think this is completely different from the workbook and prequiz.
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have you bought the dit program ?

if you have then its best to follow the program plan and however it goes.

if you have the bootleg version just focus on the videos and workbook!
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