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Im getting a slow start to my step 1 study, any suggestion on what can motivate a person to move faster. Im on edge cause have not gotten cs results was suppose to get them today.

please any advice on how to put that on the back burner and focus on step 1??
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i always found it motivating to think of the consequences of NOT studying lol
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Hmmm maybe try giving a small kaplan free self assessment test or maybe an NBME. A score lower than desired should be motivating.
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those are good ideas
I have children and having to keep the house and kids taken care of its easy to get tired then no results on cs as I waited and thought for sure to get result this week. but yes, kaplan q bank is a good idea.
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