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Old 08-02-2010
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Help Need of serious help!!!

How do i start preparing for Step 1?
How much time I need?
Which books I need?
How many Study hours?
thanks
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Smile Welcome to the club!

Welcome to the club Sana Zahid!

Starting the USMLE journey entails a lifestyle and psychological preparedness.

The first thing you need is determination. This is a long term project that requires consistence and great will.

Start by reading the USMLE bulletin of information. Then start making your collection of books that will help you for Step 1.

There are two threads that I want you to read, here's the links
As for how long it takes, it depends on many factors like are you going to be studying full time or part time and what score you are aiming at?
Have a look at http://www.usmle-forums.com/usmle-st...-step-1-a.html to get an idea.
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@steptaker before reading ur post i was very much confused how to proceed but u showed me the direction. Thanks for ur valuable suggestions.
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@steptaker before reading ur post i was very much confused how to proceed but u showed me the direction. Thanks for ur valuable suggestions.
You most welcome, we are here to help each other.
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Thanks Mr.Steptaker.........your guidance will help me a lot...stay blessed
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