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Question Step 2 CK and Step 2 CS at the same time!

Hi, I wanted some advice.
I booked my step 2 cs for february 8, 2012. (this is the closest booking I found), and also my step 2 ck for the february-march-april trimester.
I wanted to know if it is possible to study for both exams at the same time, at least until completing the cs, to later focus on the step2ck, or if it would be a better idea to prolong my step 2 ck sitting.
I scored a 232 on step 1, and currently aiming to improve this score in the step 2 ck.
Thank you for your advice.
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According to this i should prepare exclusively to step 2 cs right now until february, but usually step 2 cs preparation takes a month or less, so I wanted to study for the ck until the first days of january, while reading parts of the cs books. In january my focus would be more on the cs, while reading some parts of the ck.
After my step 2 cs, do you think I'll have enough time for the step 2 ck exam if i'm planning to do it on the last days of april?
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