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Old 02-01-2013
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Hi, I just wanted to know if the subscription for CSE videos be shared among 3 people?
Considering the part, that among these 3 people, 2 are me and my partner, and we'll be syudying together and watching them together. While the third person would not be with us.
So, can sharing like this be done or no?

Also, can videos be repeatedly watched? Or is it like you can watch each video once?
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Old 02-01-2013
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no you can repeat watching the videos as much as u want beside it got a lot more than just videos , even there are assessment cases where u see the case and then try to write your own patient note and then compare ur note with their note.... it follows most FA cases with name and few detail changes. the doctor is very efficient in the videos.
and yes u can use the same user ID and password for all of you but the only thing you should make sure to log out cause if not it will take time until you can log in again i.e it is imposible to watch the videos by two persons simultaneously.
also you can not copy or print it.
I shared it with my SP cause i was done with cs exam and my subscription period didnt end so he used it for the last 3 days of my subsription.
to me FA + csevideos is a must for prep for cs though Im still waiting for results
hope this would help!
good luck
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I agree FA + csevideos is a must for prep for cs, for IMG.
Of course with a lot of practice with study partner.
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