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Exam-Results Got my results 180, I expected 210, should I recheck the results?

I just got today my step 1 score result and it was 180,, and really I was waiting for a 210 at least i study a lot. Anybody thinks that I should recheck the test results??????
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So you failed the exam! 180 means failed!
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There's a long discussion about rechecking the results here's the link
Step 1 score report error?
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I hope that doesnt mean you failed Were you expecting 210 because you studied very hard or was it because you had taken an nbme?
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I just got today my step 1 score result and it was 180,, and really I was waiting for a 210 at least i study a lot. Anybody thinks that I should recheck the test results??????
I know that I failed ,, the only thing that want to know if i have any chances of passing in the recheck?
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