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USMLEWorld Target Cumulative score on USMLE World

Hi everybody

I am solving UWorld for Step 1 in test mode - blocks of 20 to 40 questions at a time.
How high should my cumulative performance be to know I am doing an OK job?

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It depends on ur target score. We all have varying target scores.
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I have a target score of 240+ and by doing 46 Q's block , how should my cumulative score should look like to achieve my target?
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Default UWorld Step 1 cumulative performance

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It depends on ur target score. We all have varying target scores.
My target score is 250+ What cumulative score should I be getting on UWorld to know I am on the right track?
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