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Old 04-10-2011
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Question Subject and topic wise assessment tool?

Hi folks,
Can anybody tell me what would be the best assessment tool to follow subject wise (even system wise for Patho-Physio)? I would like to do some helpful testing after I finish each subject, would like to do the same for Patho-Physio after each system.. Its my first reading so don't want to start Qbank now..
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Ok i too want the answer for this....but couldn't find any good ones other than qbank....so instead got Robbins review qbook....its good and tough to.......questions are like internal medicine and getting 60-70 in this is dame god........ohh no system wise...only chapter wise....try Kaplan Qbook too
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Arrow Subject and System Wise Questions

If you are looking for subject wise questions then are many many questions books that are divided into subjects (anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, ...etc) these books are listed here
Best USMLE Step 1 Questions Books

If you are looking for system wise (cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, respiratory, ..etc) then your only choice is one of the qbanks listed here
What is the best USMLE Step 1 Question Bank?
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Hi, friend.
In the first reading you don't have to start with solving questions but if you find yourself interested you can try answering the questions about the section you've studied. Here in my country we use USMLE world in the second review and we solve also notes the senor students puts when they finish their USMLE exam.

I advice you to solve the question giving your self the same atmosphere of the exam day.

I hope that I provided you with a good information.

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Yeah, solving the questions after your second read is a better idea
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