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Question Kaplan High Yield or DIT?

I have 2 months for my exam and i still have to do pharma.. then i will do kaplan hy or dit.. which one do you recommend?
of course if i'll have time i'll do both.. anyways i'm starting USMLE WORLD also with one of them.. so please advise me..
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i suggest to choose DIT. Use it in last month of preparation. Kaplan HY is good to summarize things but if you have to choose between them -> DIT definitively.
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any other opinions ?
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i'd say pick DIT...

DIT is more interactive, KAPLAN HY was so monotonous for me.. and for most of the time it's just reading off slides.. DIT breaks that monotony with the questions, warm ups, silly segments (u'll know what i mean once u watch the vids)..

maybe it's because i did KAPLAN HY earlier.. and i'm doing DIT in later phase of my prep.. but i think im liking DIT more, it's a fast way to go over FA.
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