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Old 05-05-2010
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Embarrassed After two readings still I have no firm grip!

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Can any body guide me to do best.As its end of my second read..by da end of ds read i ve finished most of Dvd's ,kaplan books n first Aid. Bt did not do any q bank now bcz I feel I didn't retain as much till now..... how to study further. Am so upset for dat. As I've planned to give exam in october.
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Arrow Start doing questions

You have to start doing questions at this time. Questions will help you consolidate your knowledge and gives you motivation and confidence.

No matter how many times you read your books you'll never memorize them. Have a look at this article
USMLE Forgetfulness Syndrome!
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Default Thanks for replying.

Thanks for replying. Should I do qbanks after completing a single subject or after completing whole 2nd reading?
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Thanks for replying. Should I do qbanks after completing a single subject or after completing whole 2nd reading?
It deosn't really matter, both ways are correct. Just start doing it
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