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USMLEWorld What does USMLE World mean by N/A in Block performance?

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i had been recently subscribed in UW
i face an abbreviation that is .......N/A...in question list after ending ! test ?
anyone can help with this.....???
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It means not applicable
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It means not applicable
It means that the question itself cannot be categorized in any topic. Think about it as "other"
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It means that the question itself cannot be categorized in any topic. Think about it as "other"
thx a lot.....
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