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Old 04-05-2012
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Help 11 Years since MBBS!

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i am planning to preparation USMLE, but i had completed my mbbs 11 years back.. now i am migrated so i have to pass usmle it any cost, Please suggest me how can i will success and is it possible,if yes how? please......
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11 yrs bkk.. okay .. so u hv to read all sub in step 1... i thnk u shd start vth basics lyk frm kaplan lecture notes n videos
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On the main forum, you'll find the ff links: step 1 study plans and step 1 experiences. You'll find there tons of good advice on how to plan for step 1. Read the recommended threads too. They're helpful.
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"Nothing is Impossible" but you need to do BEST in all the Steps. Even I am preparing After 3 years of my MBBS Degree, I am starting from basics, These days I am doing Cell Biology / Molecular Biology / Genetics, & you wont believe its very easy and interesting because you're very good with clinical exposure (at least I am). So dont loose heart anyways & start it. Good Luck
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