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Anatomy BRS test on gross anatomy, help

hello everyone, I m just starting to review step1, I started with grossanatomy,I m reading BRS, roadmap, and of course a kaplan, I did kaplan s and road map 's tests, and it was ok, but the BRS tests i find extremly hard, is it alarming? does it mean I did n t do it well?
please help me I have no one to ask here
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Hello... don't worry - BRS Gross anatomy is actually quite useful when you're studying your Anatomy course, but not really useful when you're studying for the USMLE. Kaplan is too much too. There are very few direct anatomy questions on the USMLE. I wouldn't worry about it.
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