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Old 03-25-2016
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Hello,
I know I am very far away from taking step 1 but I know my study habits and unfortunately to get something to stick I have to review it numerous times. I was planning on starting during summer break (Im currently a first year). How do people suggest I start studying, just go straight to first aid? Start studying next years material? I already have access to next year class material if that is a good idea.

I know people are going to say, its too early or don't waste your summer. Please refrain, I want to get into dermatology and I know what I need to do in order to get it.

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Adam
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anyone have any suggestions?
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currently you are in first year so try to make strong basic of subject from first year only........no need to study for second year sub now....also review KAPLAN along with video so next time when you are preparing for your step 1 u will not find it new........try to watch all video lecture of dr najeeb because you have plenty of time to make concept much strong.....best of luck
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concentrate on ur basics
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