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USMLE Step 2 CS Communication Skills Step 2 CS Communication, Spoken English Proficiency, Language and Interpersonal Skills Discussion forum. CIS and SEP components of the USMLE Step 2 CS Exam.


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Old 03-28-2015
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Default Helllllllp me pleeease

I am now preparing for my step 2 cs for 2nd attempt . Iam a slow typer & I want to know if it is enough to write 2 dd with its supportive or it should be 3 dd. I appreciate any advice...
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I found this quite an interesting read.. Hope it helps!

https://usmleforauwigrad.wordpress.c...-you-will-not/
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You have to find a typing program that will help you. my friend had the same issue and when he took a live course they told him that 2 ddxs are more than enough and they showed him tricks to finish quicker and with the right amount of info on the note.



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I am now preparing for my step 2 cs for 2nd attempt . Iam a slow typer & I want to know if it is enough to write 2 dd with its supportive or it should be 3 dd. I appreciate any advice...
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Just try to find a typing program that will help you.
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Default Free timed patient note

Does anyone know of a good free timed patient note that stops automatically after you reach the time limit?
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