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Old 02-26-2014
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Hi ,
I am an old img, planning to take step 3 in the near future, but not sure how long should I prepare , can some one help?
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Noone can tell you how much time YOU will need, it changes from person to person, and I think it depends on how fresh are your CK concepts, and how familiar you are with the American way to practice medicine (management), and of course how is your study method and how much time your current personal circumstances will allow you to study. I suggest you to read the post of some recent test takers about how they got prepared. Taking an NBME to know where you are standing might be a good idea, but keep in mind that this test is not pretty much predictive of your score. Save the uworld assessment for later in your preparation because it does seem to be predictive (not completely sure about it though).

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Hi when can some one take the sample nbme exam , just before the real exam or while preparing .Is it really useful?
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