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Old 09-15-2012
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Hi,
Could anybody please tell me 1 month prep would be enough for CS preparation?
What are the best resources?
i appreciate your kind help.
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this is also my question
is 1 month enough for cs prep
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yes 1 month is good enough time please use the fa and then follow fa cases with csevideo then practice on partners live or online and this is the best prep plan
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One month is more than enough to prepare for CS. I used FA (read it atleast 3 times) and Jaypee's video atlas of USMLE Step 2 CS (CSE videos is also good).
You need to practice a lot to finish the cases within the stipulated time period.

Best of luck
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