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52 percent of UsmleWorld done. overall correct 78 percente
Took Nbme 13 some problem with the exam the system shut off couple of time and had to continue later.
Score 560/235
took UWSA1 0 percent bank done socre 650/245

i feel that i know i loot more and that in the self assessement it went even better
to be honest i tought woul be around 250 attach the selfassessment.

should i have gotten more based on my uworld overall?
if a get up behavior science should my score be better
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52 percent of UsmleWorld done. overall correct 78 percente
Took Nbme 13 some problem with the exam the system shut off couple of time and had to continue later.
Score 560/235
took UWSA1 0 percent bank done socre 650/245

i feel that i know i loot more and that in the self assessement it went even better
to be honest i tought woul be around 250 attach the selfassessment.

should i have gotten more based on my uworld overall?
if a get up behavior science should my score be better
NBME is the best predictor, your score most likely will be around +- 10 from 235. UWSAs tend to overpredict. Keep doing mixed timed questions, if you want to, you can put more emphasize when you read behavioral questions. But don't go full on reading, you will forget the rest. 2-3 weeks before exam you should not stop doing questions. Fresh questions are better IMO.
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