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Question First read finished. How long does the intense prep time ( FA+Uworld+Rx) take?

Hi there,
I have a question, I am finished with my first read of everything (Kaplan, Goljan RR, Pathoma, annotating FA). But I have rapidly read the whole material only once. I didn't memorize the books, it was just too much.
How long does the prep time take for Uworld, learning FA, and maybe UsmlerRx? In a fulltime studymode. I have max 3 months.

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bump! I want to know this as well.
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i wanna know this as well
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anyone??
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Wel tht all depend on ur pace. Deduct one month for UW, thn memorize FA in one month at 15 pages a day minimum, thn revise the FA in 15 days at 30-40 pages a day.
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