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Hi everybody,
My exam is about two months away, I wanted to ask you guys about what anyone would recommend I add to my ongoing plans:

Gross anatomy & Neuro> BRS once
Biochemistry> Kaplan twice
Micro & immunology> Kaplan twice
Genetics> Kaplan once + backup BRS
Pathology> Kaplan once + Goljan audio (not notes or RR)
Pharma> Kaplan once (mainly) + a few things from Lippincott
Behavioral> Kaplan once
Physiology> BRS once


FA> Still on it
UW> Still on it (although scores don't look well)
>>If UW is done, I might consider another Qbank if there's time (any recommendations? is it Kaplan Qbank)


P.S. A friend of mine got 99 two months ago, I called him and asked about his study plan, he said, "FA & 8000+ questions"..Does it make sense?
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Your books are good..but do not go to the exam untill your score in UW is very well!


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Kaplan and FA are fine for Pharm - you don't need Lippincott - there's enough in those two to confuse you. I'd look at the pictures for Goljan too as that helps either in RR or the slides that are floating around with the audio.

And yes - more and more questions. Read the explanations for the questions thoroughly. You should have enough time.

Oh and of course, NBME forms at appropriate intervals.
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hey ashish....u did NBME?
i did form 1 but offline so wondering how much we hv to score from 200 to get 99? i mean it should be 160up or 170up...??
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Thanks a lot Ashish & Khushboo, Does it sound like a 95+ plan? or is anything missing?
And yes you are right, seems that questions are more important that studying..
All other opinions are very welcome..
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I noticed that you read Kaplan only once. This is not enough, you need at least twice
See this poll
How many times to repeat Kaplan
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@ Zein - you're absolutely right - questions are more important than studying. A typical med student is the kind that wants to know things because we like studying but the USMLE and most standardized tests are designed to trap us and run us out of time that we. You need to learn the tricks that the exam writers use and qbanks are the only way to do that. You can get 95+ in two months - I've seen people do it. Do 12 hours and day and you know enough already to carry you through the rest. A couple of Kaplan revisions are good if you have time, but again questions questions questions
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hey ashish....u did NBME?
i did form 1 but offline so wondering how much we hv to score from 200 to get 99? i mean it should be 160up or 170up...??
@khushboo I did do form 1 Khushboo, but I've been told since that it was a stupid idea to do that form... I don't know. I don't know if you'll agree with me but I thought did emphasize areas I felt were low yield nowadays. I did terribly on the form - like 370 (correlates to Step 1 score of 194 according to them) and if you accept that a 235 if about 99 then you needed a score of 560 on that form.

The problem is that there is no way to correlate that to an actual number of correct answers or percentage of correct answers accurately so, I'm not sure exactly how many questions you have to get right to get 560, but if you use some of the other correlators online it's about 75-80% correct. Seems a little high to me, but I guess it's more motivation to make you work harder

Bottom line - I think the way to do this is to do an online form when you are done going over the material as many times as you're going to do it. Then you do one of forms 4,5,6 or 7 and then whatever you get is how ready you actually are. I think if you get above 500 you should probably write it within a week or two and above 550 sooner than that. Does that help? I know I ranted a little bit


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well i know its hard to predict from offline form....i shall do form 6 or 7 online..
i got 82.5% correct on form 1...but i find it was quite easy...n may not correlate with the actual exam...as Qs were of only 2 or 3 lines n straight forward...well m still doing that usmle consult...its taking too much time...
my exam is after 2 n half month....yet to do Uworld...
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well i know its hard to predict from offline form....i shall do form 6 or 7 online..
i got 82.5% correct on form 1...but i find it was quite easy...n may not correlate with the actual exam...as Qs were of only 2 or 3 lines n straight forward...well m still doing that usmle consult...its taking too much time...
my exam is after 2 n half month....yet to do Uworld...
Yeah - if you don't get 99 I'm going to cry

If you're this ready before UW I'm sure you'll be able to pick up the minute little details that are left and then you'll be ready to tackle almost anything. Keep it up! Post some of the more unusual questions you see... I want to write mine within a month but I haven't done an NBME in a few months so I think I should do one this week or so before I decide... I'll post any odd questions I see!
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ya sure...i'll...actually not getting much time nowadays....
but will try to...
thanks for encouraging...
neways best of luck....u'll do good...
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@ Ashish
Thanks for your advice, Do you recommend another Qbank? anything specific after UW?

@ All
My scores started on UW awfully, (No no, less than that..we are talking 40s!), things started getting slowly better starting question 300+, is it normal?

@All
If I am greedy and need that 99, What to add to that plan in those 2 months? I understood that another Kaplan run could help..anything else?

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@ Ashish
Thanks for your advice, Do you recommend another Qbank? anything specific after UW?

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My scores started on UW awfully, (No no, less than that..we are talking 40s!), things started getting slowly better starting question 300+, is it normal?

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If I am greedy and need that 99, What to add to that plan in those 2 months? I understood that another Kaplan run could help..anything else?

Thanks everyone.
In addition to UW and Kaplan, get yourself USMLE Consult, it's great bank and is made by Goljan himself.
You can get it for free from this website
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I was going to say USMLE consult too - I did the free 30 questions or whatever they have and I would argue it was similar to UW in terms of difficulty and style. Kaplan's not bad either - some of their questions have become crazy hard though - I did that one but make sure you do the latest questions and not the ones floating around from years ago - those were really direct.
Also, I have heard people say wikitestprep is very similar to some people's exams as well and since its free I'd do those as well if you have some time.



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@ Ashish
Thanks for your advice, Do you recommend another Qbank? anything specific after UW?

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My scores started on UW awfully, (No no, less than that..we are talking 40s!), things started getting slowly better starting question 300+, is it normal?

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If I am greedy and need that 99, What to add to that plan in those 2 months? I understood that another Kaplan run could help..anything else?

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My scores started on UW awfully, (No no, less than that..we are talking 40s!), things started getting slowly better starting question 300+, is it normal?

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If I am greedy and need that 99, What to add to that plan in those 2 months? I understood that another Kaplan run could help..anything else?

Thanks everyone.
Those two points are quite important for me, Any ideas?
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Those two points are quite important for me, Any ideas?
Yes, it's normal to start with a low UW score and gradually picking up. In fact, if you did not tell me then I'd have worried about you. Keep doing questions and revising your materials and gradually you'll find yourself in the safe zone of UW which is 65-70%.
One important note, this UW percentage should be only for first time questions, random, and timed blocks and not anything else.
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you'll find yourself in the safe zone of UW which is 65-70%.
How much does that point to in percentiles? It doesn't seem to point to a 99er
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How much does that point to in percentiles? It doesn't seem to point to a 99er
Have a look here
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That's scary, I am currently getting around late 40s to early 50s, still in question 400 though..

People who say "UW = 66%", are they talking about overall performance? or the latest blocks (I mean at the end of the bank)? or the self assessment exam? or what?

I am scared now
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That's scary, I am currently getting around late 40s to early 50s, still in question 400 though..

People who say "UW = 66%", are they talking about overall performance? or the latest blocks (I mean at the end of the bank)? or the self assessment exam? or what?

I am scared now
Don't be scared. Your performance should gradually escalates as you do more and more questions.
The recommendation is that you see the last "10 blocks" in your UW and see their average. The overall performance is not good because it's skewed by your early bad performance.
As for the UWSA, it gives you itself a prediction of your estimated USMLE three digit score when you do it, so you don't need to worry about the percentages when it comes to UWSA.
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Thanks a lot Rasheed (as usual, man)..Does 40s sound like a normal start??
All opinions are still very welcome..
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Does 40s sound like a normal start??
It's 'cause no one in the article above stated how he "started", everyone is talking about how he was at the end of the bank..
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well, I have a decent grasp of the material also, and i'm starting out in 40's as well (but most of the questions I get wrong are not because I don't know the diagnosis, they're the ones in which i know the diagnosis but don't know everything about that disease like histology or molecular bio/gen and some with crossovers of other diseases and SSx), but then again I'm only 1/3 of the way through my first run of Kaplan and some things here and there like Goljan for path and FA (slowly but steadily).....so i'm hoping it will go nowhere but up from here on! lol *fingers crossed*

i'm also thinking I should stop UW and do some other Qbank(thinking i'll start with UsmleRx to get the confidence up and kind of rapidly go through FA and familiarize myself with it) and leave the best for the last 2 months, so I can seriously gauge myself in terms of how much i know....any advice? anyone?
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well, I have a decent grasp of the material also, and i'm starting out in 40's as well (but most of the questions I get wrong are not because I don't know the diagnosis, they're the ones in which i know the diagnosis but don't know everything about that disease like histology or molecular bio/gen and some with crossovers of other diseases and SSx), but then again I'm only 1/3 of the way through my first run of Kaplan and some things here and there like Goljan for path and FA (slowly but steadily).....so i'm hoping it will go nowhere but up from here on! lol *fingers crossed*

i'm also thinking I should stop UW and do some other Qbank(thinking i'll start with UsmleRx to get the confidence up and kind of rapidly go through FA and familiarize myself with it) and leave the best for the last 2 months, so I can seriously gauge myself in terms of how much i know....any advice? anyone?
Yes, that seems to be a good idea. Leave UW until the last 2 months before your exam, do other banks right now until you finish all your primary and secondary readings.
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Honestly speaking, I would like to tell you zein that I did not used to study review books other than Kaplan Lecture Notes. So I am not sure what other books such as BRS series are? However, I'd like to remind you that these last two months are crucial for you. Please read only those books that you've already done in your preparation. For example if you've read BRS physio, do not kaplan now, if you've studies kaplan lecture note for a subject then do not study another type of book instead of Kaplan itself, rather, try to review the books you've already gone through.

In regard to UW, I would like to remind you that I personally found it so useful. I even did not have a look at another Q bank.... So please concentrate on UW as much as you can.... if you are really interested to do another Q bank...then do that in the last month and a bit quickly compared to UW.

I hope you find it useful.
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Many thanks, friend. Do you remember how were your scores on UW upon starting then at the end of the bank? Do 40s look normal to you?
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My story was different because I did not use to read questions early, rather, I started UW after I was done with Kaplan Lecture Notes twice.
This was the reason why I performed above 60% on that occasion, however, as I was doing questions at the end of each chapter in lecture notes, my performance was much similar to you i.e., 35-40%.




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My story was different because I did not use to read questions early, rather, I started UW after I was done with Kaplan Lecture Notes twice.
This was the reason why I performed above 60% on that occasion, however, as I was doing questions at the end of each chapter in lecture notes, my performance was much similar to you i.e., 35-40%.
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I was going to say USMLE consult too.......Also, I have heard people say wikitestprep is very similar to some people's exams .....

Usmleconsult & Wikitestprep, Do we have any feedback for them? Or a thread telling more?

I need your personal opinions..'Cause the poll I found here on Qbanks, doesn't tell about those two.
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Hi again everyone,
its been two weeks, I think I still need help..
I paused UW when I found my scores getting really ugly (low to high 40s)..and decided to do some Kaplan Qbank..
I am now done with about 40% of Kaplan, plus going on with FA..the scores are around mid 50s to 60 (in kaplan)..
From time to time I try to get back to UW and check things..but I am really scared now..Things haven't really changed, and the scores are now around high 40s to low 50s (in UW)..
I am really tense now..the exam is about 6 weeks away..
I am aiming high and I am really expecting some advice from you guys..
Thanks in advance.
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Hi again everyone,
its been two weeks, I think I still need help..
I paused UW when I found my scores getting really ugly (low to high 40s)..and decided to do some Kaplan Qbank..
I am now done with about 40% of Kaplan, plus going on with FA..the scores are around mid 50s to 60 (in kaplan)..
From time to time I try to get back to UW and check things..but I am really scared now..Things haven't really changed, and the scores are now around high 40s to low 50s (in UW)..
I am really tense now..the exam is about 6 weeks away..
I am aiming high and I am really expecting some advice from you guys..
Thanks in advance.
Wake up tomorrow in the morning and do a one 46 questions random timed block from USMLE World and put serious concentration in it (think of it as an exam) then come back here and tell us your percentage and we'll tell you whether it's good or not.
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