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Old 02-09-2014
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I am an final yr...I have started with step 1 prep...since its my final yr...m planning to go slowly...just understanding the concepts...not learning things as final year exam m planning to take a 4-5 month off to dedicate only for step of now I have kaplan 2010 and fa 2014 goljan brsphysio, can someone please guide me as to how shd I go abt this...what shd do first...and should I do kaplan fa simultaneously...? Whenshd I start fa and how it is to be studied?
I planned to make notes from kaplan tht I will refer during my tht I dont have to go thru whole kaplan notes again...shd I jot down things on fa or make separate notes......please suggest me...m really confused as to how shd I begin...theres lots to do..and I dont know wer to start..
thanks in advance
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