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Default Dedicated Sp for 1st and fast read

Hi friends,

I am looking for a serious and dedicated SP for step 1 preparation, i am using kaplan, BRS, pathoma and CMMRS with FA and UW as a main resources for preparation ,

i need a partner who can travel with me till exam, because i have bitter experience with previous partners, so i need dedicated partner who is aiming for 260+ as a target score

i am starting with patho as the 1st subject to start, interested one please mail me at usmlecrush4u@gmail.com
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Hi friends,

I am looking for a serious and dedicated SP for step 1 preparation, i am using kaplan, BRS, pathoma and CMMRS with FA and UW as a main resources for preparation ,

i need a partner who can travel with me till exam, because i have bitter experience with previous partners, so i need dedicated partner who is aiming for 260+ as a target score

i am starting with patho as the 1st subject to start, interested one please mail me at usmlecrush4u@gmail.com

Hello I did some physio and anatomy about 3months ago. Starting again now but with physiology. If you re interested and serious about it, let me know your details. And yes, last time I started studying with someone. They left in the middle. So let me know if you re serious about this. You can send me a pm.
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