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Old 05-24-2011
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Help Should I do Goljan RR at this point?

Hello friends!!!
I need your advise.
I have read kaplan and FA one time.
Did today NBME 5 and got 470/214/88.
I have 3 options:
1) Read RR Pathology Goljan + read one more time Kaplan + Kaplan Qbank + UW Qbank.
2) Read one more time Kaplan, Kaplan Qbank, UW and +USMLE Rx instead RR Pathology.
3) Instead USMLErx one more time read Kaplan.
But the most big question: need I read RR Pathology Goljan or no?, because I afraid it too long and I have limited time (I want to take my step in september).
Thank you in advance!!!
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dude, september is 3 months away. if you do goljan audio and rr, it'l take you a month tops (do slides also). I am personally enjoying doing it, and would suggest you do it if you have time, alongside with revision of the other stuff either from FA or wherever you've done with questions so you don't lose touch. But DO DO DO Uworld for sure, spend atleast 2 months on it and understand the concepts and all in it well. That's gonna definitely bump up your averages and youl hit a pretty good score seeing that youve already managed a decent score. But seeing that i haven't taken the exam as yet, i think you should hold out till you hear from the more experienced in this forum...
just that ive noticed good improvements on my UW tests after doing parts of FA and a little bit of goljan though Ive got a majority of Uworld left...
best of luck!
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