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In the CK recommended threads I read that the best REVIEW book is Kaplan's lectures. But what about books in each discipline? Does this poll mean that it is enough to read i.e internal medicine from Kaplan? Or does it mean: Go read Internal medicine from somewhere else and then for review go and read Kaplan? I would really really appreciate your help guys!
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We do have a poll for that here's the link
Best Internal Medicine Books for USMLE Step 2 CK
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We do have a poll for that here's the link
Best Internal Medicine Books for USMLE Step 2 CK
I don't understand... Should we

Read individually non-Kaplan books for IM, OB/GYN etc

and THEN

read Kaplan books?

Or should we do Kaplan books only?
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I don't understand... Should we

Read individually non-Kaplan books for IM, OB/GYN etc

and THEN

read Kaplan books?

Or should we do Kaplan books only?
It's your choice.
My choice is to read the review books only.
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