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here is my plan for last 3 month before exam, I have just finished reading material ( kaplan + goljan)
1 month = rereading topic + 1st read of FA
1 month = kaplan Q bank 2 blocks/day (23 days) followed by rapid rereading of FA (7 days)
1 month = UW 2 blocks/ day (23 days) followed by final reading of FA (7 days)

i think i can get 2 forms of NBME, one befoe and one after UW

is it is realistic ??
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here is my plan for last 3 month before exam, I have just finished reading material ( kaplan + goljan)
1 month = rereading topic + 1st read of FA
1 month = kaplan Q bank 2 blocks/day (23 days) followed by rapid rereading of FA (7 days)
1 month = UW 2 blocks/ day (23 days) followed by final reading of FA (7 days)

i think i can get 2 forms of NBME, one befoe and one after UW

is it is realistic ??
i guess it depends on how fast u learn.. how much it takes you to review.
i tried doing FA in 10 days.. i had a rate of 15 minutes/page.. at some topics it was possible.. especially if that topic was a second read.. but some took longer. it did disappoint me that i didn't keep on my schedule ... which was a bad thing cuz that slowed me down

for UW .. for now i barely to 1 block.. i try my best to real all explanations.. weather i got it wrong or right.

but again i think it depends on each person
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