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Hi fellow Doctors and well wishers,

My exam date is 21 september for step one.

My UW Ques Bank percentage: 46 % correct.

Would be grateful for ur kind advices.
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Stop Don't take the exam

Your score is risky, you may not pass the exam.
Did you do NBME?
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Question Will give NBME in couple of days following with self assessment

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Your score is risky, you may not pass the exam.
Did you do NBME?
What should be ideal NBME and UW self assessment scores and percentage?
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Arrow At least 195

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What should be ideal NBME and UW self assessment scores and percentage?
Both UWSA and NBME can give you a predicted three digit USMLE score. You need at least 195 prediction to cross the danger zone. The current passing score is 189.
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