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Default how to improve weak subject?suggestion please

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i just took a nbme and got lot of areas where i have to work to improve..but i have only one month to do that..guys please help ...how can i improve my weak subjects ..is that studying from kaplan lecture notes or by doing more questions..my weakest is behavioral science and pharmacology
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Since you already know the subjects in which you are weak, all you have to do now is strengthen your basics.

Which books did you follow for Pharmacology and Behavioural sciences? Lippincott's is awesome for Pharmacology ( I am doing that.. )
I don't know about B.S but heard BRS is good.

Since, there is only 1 month...take UW subscription and do questions in 'subject-wise' mode and refer the points whenever you go wrong. That will be the best way to go at this moment.
Give Lippinoctt's graphs a glance if you still have time, but don't stress to read new books or even do Kaplan L.N at this time.

Now, it has to be all about F.A and UW.

All the best for your exams. hope you get your desired scores...
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