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Old 09-07-2013
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i finished kaplan,first aid pathoma and uworld 1time.i m going to take nbme soon but dont know how to prepare for it.shall i revise whole first aid and uworld???
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even i wanna know that..
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NBME is a mere feedback for you as to where you stand at this point ...it tells you whether you are on the right track or you need to change something up for the prep .... so as you have done enough already i would recommend you take NBME now.... and then plan accordingly what you need to do uptill the exam .... leave the latest ones till the end of the exam and do the previous ones with extended feedback .....
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The clue is if u look through FA and still u feel like u don't know much then though u have read a lot it still means u have much to cover. I would suggest a quick read through FA then do nbme so that the score would be a great picture of u.
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