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Old 04-18-2013
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Hi

I wanted to know how long it takes you guys on average to review a block of practice Qs? Do you all take notes when reviewing or just grasp the concept while reading it up in your primary review book? For Uworld, do you guys make a seperate notebook to write down facts, or just grasp the concept?

And generally, how do you use the practice Qs explanations to your advantage?

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If its new concept then learn it N write it down. If old concept find out why u got it wrong. U may write something small to Help u remember next time a similar thing is presented. But limit the sentences u write. Remember this goes into a pull of forgettables and revision material in last days
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Thank you guys. However, I was curious and I wanted to know how long did it take you guys to review a block of questions (if done properly) whether it be USMLERx, Kaplan Q bank, or Uworld?
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