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Hey everyone,

So I started UW for CK, and for now I've done 7 tests (all unused, timed, random), and I think my performance is not up to the par. My overall percentage average is 69% with 62nd percentile Its quite demotivating actually, to see such scores after preparing so much!

Is it normal to have such a percentage in the beginning? What can I do to improve it?

I am asking cause I didnt have such an experience in step1 UW. It was quite manageable, with average around >75 or so.

And whats a good UW percentage average, that corresponds to >240-250 on the real test?

Thankx.
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UW whether step 1 or 2ck, we use it as a learning tool. At beginning, it is painful. But as we continue on, the score gradually increases. Again, use it as a learning tool and not as a predictor.

To improve, try reading one chapter, do UW, and then reread and take notes. All the best!!
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