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Hi, I am worried about my step 2ck.
I took and NMBE 4 months ago and my score was 227, then I took one yesterday and my score was 217.
I have finished UW the mean score is 67%.
My eligibility period ends this month.
Should I set a date to take the test.

Please help
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Which NBME did you just take? And your uw score looks good. Try taking the UWSA and see how you do before changing your date.
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Thanks for your response.

I took NBME 4, both times. I did not review the NBME the first time.
I am planning to take the UWSA this week.
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Take the test after giving one final push. By that I mean, read whatever you think you lag in and go over important topics. The more you wait, the more anxious you'll get and the worse you'll do.
Be confident and go beat Step 2 ck to dust.
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