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Hi doctors, I'm thinking of killing two birds with one stone, thinking of studying internal medicine de novo from Kaplan for my medical school instead of Kumar and Clark, is that possible or Kaplan isn't enough ?? thanks in advance
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Your internal medicine boards they want(expect) more from you than usmle. I suggest u stick to kumar n clark and finish ur boards and then focus on ur usmle exams.
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Thanks for answer, Sadde.

What about studying Kumar for USMLE step 2 CK ??
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Thanks for answer, Sadde.

What about studying Kumar for USMLE step 2 CK ??
way overkill , do not use kumar and clark for step 2 CK.
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