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Dr. Mark Swartz of C3NY will be presenting free Step 2 CS webinars on the following dates: 4/3/2015 at 11AM EST and then again on 4/24/2015 also at 11AM EST. Becker and C3NY will be posting the urls closer to the April dates. Please spread the word and tune in!

In the meantime, we still have a few spots left in our February three day New York City workshop which starts next week on Monday February 9. Check us out! Write us at with any questions.

While you are there, look at the blog WONDERFUL tips and free information about the exam and strategies needed to pass. Also great articles and information on our facebook page. Search for C3NY.


Yours in excellent Step 2 CS prep,

The team at C3NY
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