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What do you prefer writing or typing the patient notes?
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Default Step 2 CS Patients Notes

Whatever you choose they are both fine
However choose the method they are most comfortable with and most importantly the way go faster
Time is crucial at that point
So don't put yourself in trouble by choosing something that you are not familiar with
and in any case train before the exam
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