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Old 08-16-2012
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USMLEWorld UW Second round?

I have a question, for the second round of uw is it better to do the wrong questions first or start from the begning and do the whole thing?
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depends if u have time...ideally u shud go thru the whole thing but if u dnt have time then just review ur mistakes
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Depends on how much time you have. What I've been doing is my "Marked" questions first (~400). Then I did my "Incorrect" Questions after. It seems to work out well because any question you miss while doing your "Marked" Questions will get thrown into the "Incorrect" pool.
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Ill have 33 days till my exam. And i created replica blocks so i hv a fresh uw. So sud i do just the wrong or the whole thing again? And than just do the wrOng ones at the end?
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If you do 3 sets a day, you should be able to finish UW in 20 days. Take another 5 or so days to do the Incorrect ones. Then you still have ~8 days to do the practice tests (4 NBME's, UWSA, and the Free 150).

See pretty do-able. You'll probably be rocking the high 260's if you do that!
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