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Old 12-29-2010
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Question Is WebPath Needed?

I kinda dropped off of the map with the WebPath, I'm wondering whether I should go back and look at those questions and slides, cuz I've heard some ppl say that they have almost identical stuff that shows up on the Step 1.....any recommendations?
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If you have time I'd say yes you have to go over it, it has great pictures for the exam
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Is web path useful?
What is the best way to get benefit from it?
how to use it in best way?
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As far i know, use it when doing FA.....when u finish a system in FA,see the images of corresponding system on wepath.....though number of images given r more, but u do get benefit from them.....
In case to revise the images, u can also watch them during the last days of ur preparation......watching images in the last week of prep has benefit of having a better recall.......!!!!
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