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I apologize if you've read this on another thread, but this board has helped me a ton, so here is what I did:

So, after the taking the test, and a night of recovery, here is my full assessment of the exam:

A little bit of background...I'm an average student, American FMG(no I didn't have unlimited time to study for step)

My Uworld: 64% first pass
UWSA 1-228 (2 weeks out)
UWSA 2-238 (2 days before)
NBME 7-228 (3 weeks out)
NBME 11-230 (2 weeks out)


Prep: I started in earnest about 2.5 months ago after taking the school sponsored NBME, and scored a 210. My primary resources are Kaplan Books/Videos, Pathoma, Goljan Rapid Review Notes and Slides, FA, Uworld, DIT and the occasional bootlegged Kaplan Qbank.

I first started with one run thru of DIT, which I did completely in 3 weeks. I did all the questions and quizzes. Guys, I recommend doing this because I saw no less than 10 questions straight from DIT that he said were HY. I too thought it was too good to be true, but I laughed out loud when i saw questions straight from DIT. I enjoyed it so much, I went thru it again before the test.

I then did Pathoma, and its GOLD..like everyone else here has said, Dr. Sattar knows what he's saying. I tried listening to Goljan, but it was too much for me. I did read his notes and found them reinforcing.

Kaplan: Good for a solid read if you forget something. I read all books twice except Micro, Pathology and Anatomy. They were very good in reinforcing all the things I THOUGHT I knew but didn't. Actually, I found quite a few questions in Uworld directly from Kaplan, that wasn't in FA, so use it if you can.

FA: Pretty gold. Read it one time thru the week before the test. Went thru it a few times before with DIT and supplement with Goljan I suggest supplementing it, but practically everything in FA is relevant. Every line can be a questions or a distractor. I'll detail each section below.

Uworld: Gold!! Like everyone has said, its a MUST DO. Do it twice, do it 3 times, just know the concepts. They WILL repeat, sometimes word for word on the test. What's more surprising is that the format of the test is EXACTLY like uworld. So familiarize yourself with it and skip the tutorial. From the color to the tabs, it all looks the same.

Kaplan Qbank: I can't really comment because i barely did it, and It was just ok. A little too detailed but I can't speak too much on it.

So as far as the test:
It's slightly easier than Uworld, with A LOT of questions being too easy. I was so surprised that they were asking me easy stuff. I almost thought there was some kind of a trick, but they aren't. They will ask classic stuff, like bugs and drugs so know the relationships. They want you to know whats common and how to treat it. There are no tricks, just straight forward thinking. Now for details, and I won't speak to specific questions since everyone's test is different:

Behavioral: FA and Kaplan are sufficient. Know them cold, as these will be gimme's on the test. They ask for specificity, NPV/PPV, attributable risk. These aren't hard to know so memorize the table and know how to read it. Know study designs, what calculations used in each. Know limitations to study designs and KNOW CORRELATION COEFFICIENT. It's 2 lines in FA but know how to look at the graph..major gimme.

Biochem: FA not enough, so use something else. I used Kaplan. The questions were clinical and not too in depth. Believe it or not but I didn't get a lysosomal storage disease question! Know your rate limiters, and what enzymes are deficient in diseases. Uworld prepares you well for these types of questions

Embryo: nothing major. Know heart defects, know derivatives. All in FA

Pharm: FA is sufficient. No out of the world questions. Know how to read graphs and know your receptors. Know what blocks what, and what happens to EPI if you block something. Uworld gets out of hand with some of these questions but its good practice. I can't stress enough of knowing how to read graphs

Path: Pathoma is gold...nuff said. Goljan, ehh, idk. Use whatever works for you. The test is straight up, "what is the disease?" Very few in depth pathology questions about histology or mechanism. They just want you to recognize what the signs and symptoms are.

Micro: FA is enough. Classic cases, classic bugs. Know what HIV'ers get, both brain and butt. Know how to treat it. Know your fungi, and know your virulence factors. Those are all the secondaries.

Psych: FA..don't waste time on anything else

Neuro: Used James Fix's, FA and some school slides. Pretty much straight forward stuff. I got lucky here

Anatomy: Nothing out of the ordinary. I got luck again. know how to read xrays and know your bones in the wrist, know your organs on CT, know your left from right!

Overall it wasn't as bad as I thought. I always had time to review the marked questions, but I RARELY changed answers. It was long but it is a doable exam. Just make sure you relax the day before, look over xrays. Study everything you can and nothing will be a surprise. There was maybe 1 or 2 WTF questions per block, but nothing tripped me up.

Good luck and hopefully I scored as well as I felt. I'll take any questions
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Very Comprehensive and detailed review of exam. Wish you luck !!!
I'm pretty sure you'll get > 235!
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Hey there! first of all thanks for your detailed review. I am sure u are not going anywhere less than 240. but just one question -- "DIT" what's that?
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Hey there! first of all thanks for your detailed review. I am sure u are not going anywhere less than 240. but just one question -- "DIT" what's that?
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hey how do find pathoma in relation to the step1 exam question
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hey how do find pathoma in relation to the step1 exam question
It helped alot with just understanding pathology. I can't think of any specific questions where it helped, but I can tell you, I felt a lot more comfortable knowing what I learned from Pathoma
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heyy !! congrats and wish you the best
what about immunology? how did you study for it?
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heyy !! congrats and wish you the best
what about immunology? how did you study for it?
I just used first aid. That seemed to be sufficient enough
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Congrats!!
For Biochem you mentioned FA wasn't enough.. In which areas of biochem? Cycles, DNA/RNA,etc.. Or overall? Any specific areas we should focus more from kaplan?
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Congrats!!
For Biochem you mentioned FA wasn't enough.. In which areas of biochem? Cycles, DNA/RNA,etc.. Or overall? Any specific areas we should focus more from kaplan?
I hate to say it but everything. Specifically Genetics, Carb/Lipid metabolism. FA is a good starting point, but Kaplan digs a little deeper for what the step asks.
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I hate to say it but everything. Specifically Genetics, Carb/Lipid metabolism. FA is a good starting point, but Kaplan digs a little deeper for what the step asks.
Alright!
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I have about two weeks to my exam (may 15!!)... any advice for these last few days? Thanks for sharing!
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Congrats!!! For sure you will do great...

This is one of the best "exam experience" I've ever read... thank you very much.

I just have a quick Q... you didn't mention Physiology... Do you think FA is enough?

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What about physiology?
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read FA cover to cover...write out things you don't know or don't understand and know them before you go to bed at night. Spend all day doing it and you'll see results!
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Congrats!!! For sure you will do great...

This is one of the best "exam experience" I've ever read... thank you very much.

I just have a quick Q... you didn't mention Physiology... Do you think FA is enough?

Thank you very much!!
Physiology was a bunch of up and down arrows. Definately use Kaplan if you have it. FA isn't enough...know what happens if you're in space, know what happens if you go from lying down to sitting up. All that is in Kaplan and it'll show up on the exam. Don't get confused by arrows, because there will be ALOT...just know it cold so you can eliminate some right off the bat, and not get turned around. For the most part, they are not too bad.
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Physiology was a bunch of up and down arrows. Definately use Kaplan if you have it. FA isn't enough...know what happens if you're in space, know what happens if you go from lying down to sitting up. All that is in Kaplan and it'll show up on the exam. Don't get confused by arrows, because there will be ALOT...just know it cold so you can eliminate some right off the bat, and not get turned around. For the most part, they are not too bad.
what happens in space? ive never seen that in any review book. can you point me in the right direction?
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what happens in space? ive never seen that in any review book. can you point me in the right direction?
Kaplan Physiology explains it better than I can. Look in the cadiology or circulation lectures...its all there
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Kaplan Physiology explains it better than I can. Look in the cadiology or circulation lectures...its all there
im looking through the kaplan phyio notes and cant find it. i see a table where they mention weightless and how it causes a reflex change so BP drops, but nothing else.
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any help in finding the space info would be much appreciated. i have my test in a few days and want to look this info up. cant find it in the kaplan physio book.
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hi jeam0200
may be this may help..
weightlessness- negative G( when plane descends rapidly)
During exposure to negative g blood pools into upper part of body and consequently there is increase in cerebral arterial pressure..
-increase CO
-increase cerebral arterial pressure.. intense congestion of head/neck vessels echymosis around eyes, severe throbbing headache
-Red out and mental confusion
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I apologize if you've read this on another thread, but this board has helped me a ton, so here is what I did:

So, after the taking the test, and a night of recovery, here is my full assessment of the exam:

A little bit of background...I'm an average student, American FMG(no I didn't have unlimited time to study for step)

My Uworld: 64% first pass
UWSA 1-228 (2 weeks out)
UWSA 2-238 (2 days before)
NBME 7-228 (3 weeks out)
NBME 11-230 (2 weeks out)


Prep: I started in earnest about 2.5 months ago after taking the school sponsored NBME, and scored a 210. My primary resources are Kaplan Books/Videos, Pathoma, Goljan Rapid Review Notes and Slides, FA, Uworld, DIT and the occasional bootlegged Kaplan Qbank.

I first started with one run thru of DIT, which I did completely in 3 weeks. I did all the questions and quizzes. Guys, I recommend doing this because I saw no less than 10 questions straight from DIT that he said were HY. I too thought it was too good to be true, but I laughed out loud when i saw questions straight from DIT. I enjoyed it so much, I went thru it again before the test.

I then did Pathoma, and its GOLD..like everyone else here has said, Dr. Sattar knows what he's saying. I tried listening to Goljan, but it was too much for me. I did read his notes and found them reinforcing.

Kaplan: Good for a solid read if you forget something. I read all books twice except Micro, Pathology and Anatomy. They were very good in reinforcing all the things I THOUGHT I knew but didn't. Actually, I found quite a few questions in Uworld directly from Kaplan, that wasn't in FA, so use it if you can.

FA: Pretty gold. Read it one time thru the week before the test. Went thru it a few times before with DIT and supplement with Goljan I suggest supplementing it, but practically everything in FA is relevant. Every line can be a questions or a distractor. I'll detail each section below.

Uworld: Gold!! Like everyone has said, its a MUST DO. Do it twice, do it 3 times, just know the concepts. They WILL repeat, sometimes word for word on the test. What's more surprising is that the format of the test is EXACTLY like uworld. So familiarize yourself with it and skip the tutorial. From the color to the tabs, it all looks the same.

Kaplan Qbank: I can't really comment because i barely did it, and It was just ok. A little too detailed but I can't speak too much on it.

So as far as the test:
It's slightly easier than Uworld, with A LOT of questions being too easy. I was so surprised that they were asking me easy stuff. I almost thought there was some kind of a trick, but they aren't. They will ask classic stuff, like bugs and drugs so know the relationships. They want you to know whats common and how to treat it. There are no tricks, just straight forward thinking. Now for details, and I won't speak to specific questions since everyone's test is different:

Behavioral: FA and Kaplan are sufficient. Know them cold, as these will be gimme's on the test. They ask for specificity, NPV/PPV, attributable risk. These aren't hard to know so memorize the table and know how to read it. Know study designs, what calculations used in each. Know limitations to study designs and KNOW CORRELATION COEFFICIENT. It's 2 lines in FA but know how to look at the graph..major gimme.

Biochem: FA not enough, so use something else. I used Kaplan. The questions were clinical and not too in depth. Believe it or not but I didn't get a lysosomal storage disease question! Know your rate limiters, and what enzymes are deficient in diseases. Uworld prepares you well for these types of questions

Embryo: nothing major. Know heart defects, know derivatives. All in FA

Pharm: FA is sufficient. No out of the world questions. Know how to read graphs and know your receptors. Know what blocks what, and what happens to EPI if you block something. Uworld gets out of hand with some of these questions but its good practice. I can't stress enough of knowing how to read graphs

Path: Pathoma is gold...nuff said. Goljan, ehh, idk. Use whatever works for you. The test is straight up, "what is the disease?" Very few in depth pathology questions about histology or mechanism. They just want you to recognize what the signs and symptoms are.

Micro: FA is enough. Classic cases, classic bugs. Know what HIV'ers get, both brain and butt. Know how to treat it. Know your fungi, and know your virulence factors. Those are all the secondaries.

Psych: FA..don't waste time on anything else

Neuro: Used James Fix's, FA and some school slides. Pretty much straight forward stuff. I got lucky here

Anatomy: Nothing out of the ordinary. I got luck again. know how to read xrays and know your bones in the wrist, know your organs on CT, know your left from right!

Overall it wasn't as bad as I thought. I always had time to review the marked questions, but I RARELY changed answers. It was long but it is a doable exam. Just make sure you relax the day before, look over xrays. Study everything you can and nothing will be a surprise. There was maybe 1 or 2 WTF questions per block, but nothing tripped me up.

Good luck and hopefully I scored as well as I felt. I'll take any questions

Got the score...230/83..less than what I thought but

Thank GOD!!
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congrats dude,thats a nice score.it would have been 99 in the old rating
pls what do advice for anatomy and immunology?
is fa enough or shld i use kaplan?
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Got the score...230/83..less than what I thought but

Thank GOD!!
Wow very decent score !!!

Congrats !!!

P.S. FA stays the book of choice for step I right?
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congrats dude,thats a nice score.it would have been 99 in the old rating
pls what do advice for anatomy and immunology?
is fa enough or shld i use kaplan?
go have fun
I thought Kaplan was good for everything except pathology. I only used FA for immuno and mainly focused on high yield anatomy and CT and X-rays.
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Wow very decent score !!!

Congrats !!!

P.S. FA stays the book of choice for step I right?
Yep it's still a good resource. SuPplement wih goljan/Pathoma for path and Kaplan for details. FA should only be a guide.

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