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Old 12-12-2015
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I am taking step 1 in little over 2 weeks now and I am looking a bit ahead to 2ck. If i were to start the day after i finish step 1 how long do you think it will take to get done (and have a good score)? I can study 8-10 hours a day easily. If anyone has a vague estimate that would be amazing.
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why overwhelm yourself with CK now while you still have step 1 to worry about?!
focus on step 1 now and clear your mind off of everything and then after you are done with it, come ask and all members will be very happy to help!

best of luck in ur exam

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I am taking step 1 in little over 2 weeks now and I am looking a bit ahead to 2ck. If i were to start the day after i finish step 1 how long do you think it will take to get done (and have a good score)? I can study 8-10 hours a day easily. If anyone has a vague estimate that would be amazing.

Concentrate on step1...But step2 usually takes a lot less time...i gave step1 last month...giving step2ck and cs in the next 4-5 months...along with externships..notreally a big deal...less memorization of stuff...
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