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Old 04-15-2016
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Hi everyone.
I have 2 weeks before my exam and I'm not shure how prepare in this period of time.
I have already finished qBank, FA (few times).
(1 mo ago NBME form 17 was 224)
Do I need randomly solving qBank questions or review FA, mb flashcards only and notes?
Thanks for advice.
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Default Wish you the best

I think yes you have to use q bank random, timed
Try to simulate the exam a couple of times, ie, 7 blocks in 8 hours ... this will increase your mental stamina
If you are willing to score much more higher, rethink about rescheduling your exam, I don't want to hesitate you but scoring higher is more important than the timing. But that is totally personal

I wish you the best, wish me the best too as I have not take the exam yet!
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Default you have done well so far

Stay with FA
Do questions from q bank
write the exam
Do not postpone
you are ready

I'm an old timer . Lots of experience .
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Thank you Dr.Ali129. I'll be working for increasing my mental stamina. Wish you best too
Well soni1075 I still hesitate about being ready but I don't want postpone exam ) Thank you for advice.
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