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Old 10-07-2013
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Question Do DIT?? OR review stuff individually?

My exam is in 40 days...

and I'm kept postponing my exam because I'm terrified (and my scores are horrible -- stand still at 210ish).

I've been trying to read my FA but the most I get done in a day is like maybe 20-30 days max because I'm so burned out.

I thought I'd try and run through DIT 2012 instead..because that's more active and I'd pay attention to it more but I've done a couple of videos before and thought they were awful. People say if you stick with it, it does help you increase your score.. but i'm not sure.

I was going to try my hardest to get through it in about 12 days max, and then spend a month doing UW for the second time.

Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated.

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If you are bad at watching videos just keep reading FA and doing questions plus uworld notes if you have made. Also if you are not able to read by yourself do usmlerx.
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I suggest if u have problem in active learning then try to watch DIT..it will surely increase ur score or do usmle rx..btw share ur study plan
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