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Hi guys, I am wondering if any of you might have the most common Cases that are tested in Philladelphia, I have my test in two weeks and I'd love to take a look at that if possible. Thank you.

Or in General those who have any experience in Philly, any advice?
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Hi guys, I am wondering if any of you might have the most common Cases that are tested in Philladelphia, I have my test in two weeks and I'd love to take a look at that if possible. Thank you.

Or in General those who have any experience in Philly, any advice?
NOT a good idea to discuss cases here. USMLE/NBME is known to monitor the forums in the past and people have gotten into trouble on discussing cases.
I had my exam there, the staff is very friendly. Stick to the usual resources, practice well and I am sure you will do fine.
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You are right, thank you so much.
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NOT a good idea to discuss cases here. USMLE/NBME is known to monitor the forums in the past and people have gotten into trouble on discussing cases.
I had my exam there, the staff is very friendly. Stick to the usual resources, practice well and I am sure you will do fine.
True! Would you say FA is enough?
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FA is more than sufficient.
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