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Old 05-14-2011
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I have a couple of questions for u guys. I am reading over Kaplan lecture notes as I have just finished my live lectures..
I have Kaplan qbank subscription going to expire in July . One of my online mates suggested me to do USMLEConsult.
I have read your feedback and seems pretty nice.
So I am not sure which one I should do as, I'm trying to do one block of quizzes a day while reviewing my lecture notes... before, I have decided to do Kaplan Qbank for 60 % of total and start doing UWorld... or should I change my opinion to USMLEconsult followed by Uworld? I have only about 3 months left and my Kaplan full length simulated test for step 1 taken last Sunday was only 50 %, a lot lower than I expected...

Pls give me advice...

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Do world two times and then follow that with usmle rx 192 to 336 question exams before your final. It's what i did before my usmle and i passed with a decent grade 212(89). Not the greatest in terms of what some people get on this website.. But for a caribbean medical student. Above 210 is a pretty good mark.

Edit 1. Instead of usmle rx. You could do nbme exams... When i did them, i only did 1,2,3... But now since they only have 6+.. I cant really give you advice on what exam to do now... only that exam 7 from back in the day was an excellent one to take.. I would just try to relax and be honest with your self when it comes to studying the material. Take it one day at a time, but study effectively and study hard.
Premed[x] Basic Sciences [x] Step 1 [x] Step 2 CK [x] Step 2 CS [x] Step 3 [x]

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