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Old 06-11-2012
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Can anyone shed a light if DIT is useful for step 2CK? I did DIT for step 1 and I really liked it. Any help is appreciated!
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I have the same question. have you started?

help, anyone?
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Can anyone shed a light if DIT is useful for step 2CK? I did DIT for step 1 and I really liked it. Any help is appreciated!
DIT is never the best choice for any step in my opinion. However, if it worked for you for step 1 then you can try it if you have enough time but only after you have done Kaplan lecture notes, UW Q Bank at the minimum. But if I had any extra time I would rather do extra questions.
Step 2 is an entirely different ball game then step 1 and requires a thorough understanding of the topic to arrive at the correct answer.
DIT is just a guy reading SU2 for you but he does not seem to explain anything regarding the particular topic. All DIT does is rapidly jog your memory but recall is not tested on the exam anymore.
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