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Old 06-03-2013
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Smile Did NBME 7 today! 3 months to go! Any advice?

Hi guys , I did NBME 7 today and got 210 (450). Lots of questions of Behavioral Science, specially Ethics. The questions were very similar to those in the Qbanks. I hadn't done timed, mixed questions since february and I felt always running because I didn't have enough time to read properly each question.

I already did:

Kaplan's notes and videos (Finished January)
Kaplan's Qbank 56% (Finished Feb 28th)
Kaplan's Simulated 1 Exam 62% (Feb 28th)
Robbins Review
Did FA twice
NBME 7 = 210 (June 3rd)

I'm planning to do:

Uworld, Ethics and FIRST AID.

I'm a fourth year international medical student aiming for at least 240 and planning to take the step in August-Sept. Do you think is it possible? Do you have any advice for me guys? How to get the most from Uworld?

Thank you in advance! Wish you the best in the boards!
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Yes its possible to get 240+ if you know where your weakness lie. What arethe questions you found tough in the nbme... Revise those topics again. Do more questions with explanation and you will do well
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well judging by wat u wrote ur on the rite track

just keep doing wat ur doing now u should be fine!!!
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