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Old 09-21-2013
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Idea! Informational Sticky Thread in Each Forum

i know advertisements are the sole method for you guys to generate some revenue and you should do that but i am suggesting that in each subclass of forum there should be a sticky to tell the newbies with the basic info of the steps , the most common links that people normally ask about and etc .... i mean this would save numerous threads being posted each day asking about the same thing over and over again ....

i mean lets start a sticky thread for step 1 containing the following thread links ....
  • the basic info about step 1
  • eligibility
  • result out on every Wednesday
  • NRMP report links
  • the news of step 1
  • pool changes every year
  • how to register
  • what is ecfmg
  • the timeline to follow
  • best book threads for each ( path, pharm , biochem , histo, immuno and micro , BS )
  • Qbank reviews
  • and many more stuff ....

and when any newbies post they should be shown a disclaimer to read through this sticky before posting ..... i think that would be very handy for all the people .... a ultimate thread for each step

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That's a great idea npktun

We'll work on it.


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