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how much time is atleast required to study for step 1 from the beginning?? like six months, three months, one year etc..thank s for your help
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how much time is atleast required to study for step 1 from the beginning?? like six months, three months, one year etc..thank s for your help
Depends on how much you learned and have retained info from medical school. If you retained at least 60% of it , you need 3 months max. If you cant remember anything, should not need more than 6 months dedicated 10 hours a day.
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