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this is my second week studding for the step 2 exam.
Iam testing my knowledge by solving Kaplan Q bank. I have found my self falling to answer the question correctly, because I just remember a little part of the information.
Please help
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this is my second week studding for the step 2 exam.
Iam testing my knowledge by solving Kaplan Q bank. I have found my self falling to answer the question correctly, because I just remember a little part of the information.
Please help
What I don't understand is whether you've a problem recalling your step 1 knowledge ( since this is a step 1 forum ) in applying to step 2 vignettes or just the step 2 materials you've covered? If it's just step 2 issues, I think that depends the material you're using, the time you're putting into your review work, and whether you're really understanding the concepts or just trying to memorize them. Here are a few good materials for your step 2; master the boards step2 ck & step 3, Kaplan LN, and step up to medicine. If Kaplan Q bank is your first Q bank and you've some time until exam date, then focus on those questions and make sure you get the concept from the answers. Don't worry, your assessment comes from NBMEs, but UW& Kaplan Q bank should always be simulation and learning tools. Good luck
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