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Listening CS Exam in 2 Weeks

Hi guys,

I am giving CS in 2weeks, any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks.
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Arrow Two essentials for CS Prep

Two essentials:

Reading First Aid for the CS

and

Practicing cases with a colleague
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Default cs in 2weeks

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thanks Sabio,
I have been doing that for a while now, I guess what I am asking is, is there is anything i need to be doing in the last minute..
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Arrow Here's a to-do-list for you

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thanks Sabio,
I have been doing that for a while now, I guess what I am asking is, is there is anything i need to be doing in the last minute..
Review the notes that you wrote.
Review the mnemonics that you have made for the chief complaint and ROS.
Have a look at CSEVideo.com videos if you have not done so.
Do more cases from Kaplan CS Book if you have not done it before.
Practice keyboard typing or PN writing (according to your choice).

Relax,

Go ahead and do it
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