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Old 07-19-2012
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Question STP1T Prometric Option!

Hey,

This shows up on the prometric website when I have to choose my Step 1 date.

When I selected USMLE Step 1, my country and location, and then choose to schedule an appointment, it gives me the choice to choose from two options:

Step 1 - United States Medical Licensing Exam
STP1T

I've already selected my date for the first option but what do I do with the second "STP1T" option? What is that for?
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Was wondering the same.. Probly others too.. Can someone tell us please?

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Is it for scheduling the practice session? If anybody has tried the practice session.. Is it worth it?
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Yup, it's for the practice test. The questions are the same as the one in the free download from usmle.org
I personally haven't given this practice test, but I'm just tellling you what I've heard from others. I don't feel it would be useful but that's just my opinion.

Good luck to both of you!
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