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Default should i take CS as first step or not !!!!

hi guys..........
i am an IMG graduated 2 years before currently i am in US and i need to go back in january ,i am planning to take CS as first step to avail my time here should i go for it or it will be a waste of time and money without step 1 and CK .:confused :

help me out plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz,,,,,,
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hi guys..........
i am an IMG graduated 2 years before currently i am in US and i need to go back in january ,i am planning to take CS as first step to avail my time here should i go for it or it will be a waste of time and money without step 1 and CK .:confused :

help me out plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz,,,,,,


Any exam can be taken in any order. For CS exam you need practice. So if you do enough practice of all classic cases then you can do cs exam and get passed. Many people gave cs exam and passed. PASS depends on your practice but not on the order of giving exam. If you want to save money for flight journeys again you can give cs exam and also its a huge relief if you give and pass cs exam. BUT never take it lightly. You can pass easily and also fail easily.practice practice practice practice... Thanks
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thanx alot ,your post z very helpful and encouraging .can you tell me what are classic case .
take care
p.s by " without step1 and CK " i was nt meant Xam order i meant benefit of basic and clinical knowledge which adds if u given these 2 steps and u suggested it will nt make any difference .
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