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Old 10-26-2012
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I was told to review the Free150 questions for the USMLE Step2 CK on the Usmle.org website. They have:

1. The software (Fred) that has a few blocks of questions.
2. A PDF that has the 2012-2013 Course Material with a few blocks at the end of it.

Are these 2 the same questions ? Any help would be much appreciated

Nik.
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hi..

it's mentioned on the web site that many of the questions are same in pdf and fred software. Therefore, if you are going to take fred software practice blocks, first finish it & later yu can do the pdf.
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hi..

it's mentioned on the web site that many of the questions are same in pdf and fred software. Therefore, if you are going to take fred software practice blocks, first finish it & later yu can do the pdf.
Just what I needed to know. Thank you

I have my exam in 17 days now.

UWSA last week: 230
NBME 2 yesterday: 228
Scheduled NBME 4 in 10 days now.

Will write a detailed post regarding my experience once finished. This forum really does help a lot of people

Regards,

Nik.
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Just what I needed to know. Thank you

I have my exam in 17 days now.

UWSA last week: 230
NBME 2 yesterday: 228
Scheduled NBME 4 in 10 days now.

Will write a detailed post regarding my experience once finished. This forum really does help a lot of people

Regards,

Nik.
you are welcome my friend & best of luck
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