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USMLEWorld UWSA 1 228 Prediction...

I just took the Usmleworld Self Assessment 1 and got an assessed score of 540 which is an approximate 3 digit score of 228.

I know this score overestimates and would like to know by how much. I read some places it overestimates by 10 and others by 15 or even 20.

Do any of you know how to predict my usmle score with this?

I know nbmes are more accurate but I only have a few left to take and 1 1/2 more months left to study so I wanted to save them for later.

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there is 6 NBME, take number 13
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I just took the Usmleworld Self Assessment 1 and got an assessed score of 540 which is an approximate 3 digit score of 228.

I know this score overestimates and would like to know by how much. I read some places it overestimates by 10 and others by 15 or even 20.

Do any of you know how to predict my usmle score with this?

I know nbmes are more accurate but I only have a few left to take and 1 1/2 more months left to study so I wanted to save them for later.
uwsa overestimates by 20 points
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