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I am a Non-US IMG since I have a green card, here is my story
I went to medical school in europe and did rotations in chicago

It took me approximately 9months-1year in total time to prepare for step 1 with some setbacks (ex: dad in hospital 3 times, funeral in india, stuff everyone deals with but it kept making me "restart" my studying process and it was mentally taxing.

I'm an average student and I want to give hope to anyone who has a dream of doing well on this exam. It's not easy, there are no shortcuts but if it truly is your dream you have to be motivated, work very hard and sacrifice a lot.

Everyone says to do uworld and do it throughly, obviously it works for the masses and thats great but I want to share how I did it for those of us who dont find it effective or enjoy that method. Do not get me wrong questions are extremely important, but doesn't mean you have to spend 4 hours reviewing a block.

I did all of the kaplan videos in: Physio, pharm, biochem, behavoiral, micro...at this time I did half of kaplan qbank
I did pathoma and barone path videos
I did sketchy micro
I did uworld-I finished about 65-70%, first pass i got around a 63% percent. I started at 35% and week before exam I was at 75-85%. all i did was make sure it was timed and random and looked at correct answer after and sometimes read main concept.
I did 70% usmlerx
I did DIT 2015 and DIT 2016-found this to be a great way to read through FA for the first time
I did all the NBME's: I started at a 142 and ended with a 215 on NBME 18 a week before exam
I got 80% on free120 (after being awake over 24hours) 2 days before exam
anki cards i bought by yousmle- i didnt finish but they definitely helped with weak areas

I did thousands of questions overall but I didnt review them thoroughly, that could have helped me break 240-but maybe not, I know people who did it 3 times and didnt do so well.

during the last week I read FA 2016 along with 2017 PDF changes, I worked on weaknesses from NBME 18 first and also focused on question from uworld on that organ system.

study in a way thats effective for you, I did the videos i mentioned at least twice, most of them I did 3-4 times each. I figured I enjoyed and learnt a lot more by doing lecture videos than reading uworld explanations, at the end your going over the material one way or another. I rather understand it properly as a whole.

I might have missed stuff but feel free to ask anything or PM me if you like.

230+ was a dream of mine and I went hard to see if I could get close

the reddit survey had my NBME 18 215 approximating a score of 232 on step 1, the free 120 was around a 235 i believe

REAL SCORE 232!:soexcited:if i can do it, anyone can
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I am a Non-US IMG since I have a green card, here is my story
I went to medical school in europe and did rotations in chicago

It took me approximately 9months-1year in total time to prepare for step 1 with some setbacks (ex: dad in hospital 3 times, funeral in india, stuff everyone deals with but it kept making me "restart" my studying process and it was mentally taxing.

I'm an average student and I want to give hope to anyone who has a dream of doing well on this exam. It's not easy, there are no shortcuts but if it truly is your dream you have to be motivated, work very hard and sacrifice a lot.

Everyone says to do uworld and do it throughly, obviously it works for the masses and thats great but I want to share how I did it for those of us who dont find it effective or enjoy that method. Do not get me wrong questions are extremely important, but doesn't mean you have to spend 4 hours reviewing a block.

I did all of the kaplan videos in: Physio, pharm, biochem, behavoiral, micro...at this time I did half of kaplan qbank
I did pathoma and barone path videos
I did sketchy micro
I did uworld-I finished about 65-70%, first pass i got around a 63% percent. I started at 35% and week before exam I was at 75-85%. all i did was make sure it was timed and random and looked at correct answer after and sometimes read main concept.
I did 70% usmlerx
I did DIT 2015 and DIT 2016-found this to be a great way to read through FA for the first time
I did all the NBME's: I started at a 142 and ended with a 215 on NBME 18 a week before exam
I got 80% on free120 (after being awake over 24hours) 2 days before exam
anki cards i bought by yousmle- i didnt finish but they definitely helped with weak areas

I did thousands of questions overall but I didnt review them thoroughly, that could have helped me break 240-but maybe not, I know people who did it 3 times and didnt do so well.

during the last week I read FA 2016 along with 2017 PDF changes, I worked on weaknesses from NBME 18 first and also focused on question from uworld on that organ system.

study in a way thats effective for you, I did the videos i mentioned at least twice, most of them I did 3-4 times each. I figured I enjoyed and learnt a lot more by doing lecture videos than reading uworld explanations, at the end your going over the material one way or another. I rather understand it properly as a whole.

I might have missed stuff but feel free to ask anything or PM me if you like.

230+ was a dream of mine and I went hard to see if I could get close

the reddit survey had my NBME 18 215 approximating a score of 232 on step 1, the free 120 was around a 235 i believe

REAL SCORE 232!:soexcited:if i can do it, anyone can
Congrats on your score
Can you please tell how much you got on your UWSA1 AND UWSA2 and how predicting was it for you?
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I am a Non-US IMG since I have a green card, here is my story
I went to medical school in europe and did rotations in chicago

It took me approximately 9months-1year in total time to prepare for step 1 with some setbacks (ex: dad in hospital 3 times, funeral in india, stuff everyone deals with but it kept making me "restart" my studying process and it was mentally taxing.

I'm an average student and I want to give hope to anyone who has a dream of doing well on this exam. It's not easy, there are no shortcuts but if it truly is your dream you have to be motivated, work very hard and sacrifice a lot.

Everyone says to do uworld and do it throughly, obviously it works for the masses and thats great but I want to share how I did it for those of us who dont find it effective or enjoy that method. Do not get me wrong questions are extremely important, but doesn't mean you have to spend 4 hours reviewing a block.

I did all of the kaplan videos in: Physio, pharm, biochem, behavoiral, micro...at this time I did half of kaplan qbank
I did pathoma and barone path videos
I did sketchy micro
I did uworld-I finished about 65-70%, first pass i got around a 63% percent. I started at 35% and week before exam I was at 75-85%. all i did was make sure it was timed and random and looked at correct answer after and sometimes read main concept.
I did 70% usmlerx
I did DIT 2015 and DIT 2016-found this to be a great way to read through FA for the first time
I did all the NBME's: I started at a 142 and ended with a 215 on NBME 18 a week before exam
I got 80% on free120 (after being awake over 24hours) 2 days before exam
anki cards i bought by yousmle- i didnt finish but they definitely helped with weak areas

I did thousands of questions overall but I didnt review them thoroughly, that could have helped me break 240-but maybe not, I know people who did it 3 times and didnt do so well.

during the last week I read FA 2016 along with 2017 PDF changes, I worked on weaknesses from NBME 18 first and also focused on question from uworld on that organ system.

study in a way thats effective for you, I did the videos i mentioned at least twice, most of them I did 3-4 times each. I figured I enjoyed and learnt a lot more by doing lecture videos than reading uworld explanations, at the end your going over the material one way or another. I rather understand it properly as a whole.

I might have missed stuff but feel free to ask anything or PM me if you like.

230+ was a dream of mine and I went hard to see if I could get close

the reddit survey had my NBME 18 215 approximating a score of 232 on step 1, the free 120 was around a 235 i believe

REAL SCORE 232!:soexcited:if i can do it, anyone can



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Congrats on your score
Can you please tell how much you got on your UWSA1 AND UWSA2 and how predicting was it for you?
thanks
Thank You!
UWSA 1-217 I dont remember when I took it (I thought of it as a 200)
UWSA 2-220 about 1 month before (I thought of it as a 205-210)

since people said they overestimated I didnt really pay attention to them.

I got a 232 so you can take that for what its worth, sorry I can't help more

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I am a Non-US IMG since I have a green card, here is my story
I went to medical school in europe and did rotations in chicago

It took me approximately 9months-1year in total time to prepare for step 1 with some setbacks (ex: dad in hospital 3 times, funeral in india, stuff everyone deals with but it kept making me "restart" my studying process and it was mentally taxing.

I'm an average student and I want to give hope to anyone who has a dream of doing well on this exam. It's not easy, there are no shortcuts but if it truly is your dream you have to be motivated, work very hard and sacrifice a lot.

Everyone says to do uworld and do it throughly, obviously it works for the masses and thats great but I want to share how I did it for those of us who dont find it effective or enjoy that method. Do not get me wrong questions are extremely important, but doesn't mean you have to spend 4 hours reviewing a block.

I did all of the kaplan videos in: Physio, pharm, biochem, behavoiral, micro...at this time I did half of kaplan qbank
I did pathoma and barone path videos
I did sketchy micro
I did uworld-I finished about 65-70%, first pass i got around a 63% percent. I started at 35% and week before exam I was at 75-85%. all i did was make sure it was timed and random and looked at correct answer after and sometimes read main concept.
I did 70% usmlerx
I did DIT 2015 and DIT 2016-found this to be a great way to read through FA for the first time
I did all the NBME's: I started at a 142 and ended with a 215 on NBME 18 a week before exam
I got 80% on free120 (after being awake over 24hours) 2 days before exam
anki cards i bought by yousmle- i didnt finish but they definitely helped with weak areas

I did thousands of questions overall but I didnt review them thoroughly, that could have helped me break 240-but maybe not, I know people who did it 3 times and didnt do so well.

during the last week I read FA 2016 along with 2017 PDF changes, I worked on weaknesses from NBME 18 first and also focused on question from uworld on that organ system.

study in a way thats effective for you, I did the videos i mentioned at least twice, most of them I did 3-4 times each. I figured I enjoyed and learnt a lot more by doing lecture videos than reading uworld explanations, at the end your going over the material one way or another. I rather understand it properly as a whole.

I might have missed stuff but feel free to ask anything or PM me if you like.

230+ was a dream of mine and I went hard to see if I could get close

the reddit survey had my NBME 18 215 approximating a score of 232 on step 1, the free 120 was around a 235 i believe

REAL SCORE 232!:soexcited:if i can do it, anyone can







Hi, Is usmlerx and DIT helpful?
What are anki cards?
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Hi, Is usmlerx and DIT helpful?
What are anki cards?
USMLERX is very good when you first reading FA, to keep you engaged and make sure you are picking up on things. If you are onto uworld and deep in your studying I would not waste time on it. If you have time, the more questions the better.

Some people hate DIT and some love it. DIT has come a long way since it first started DIT 2016 I found to be awesome, especially in areas like biochem and ESPECIALLY immuno. I did not use it for micro since i did sketchy and my scores were strong in it.

You need to do DIT with the workbook, the quizzes are engaging and those questions along with rapid fire facts are all very HY, you will see your uworld percent go up for sure.

anki-is spaced recognition. I highly recommend you google it and see what its all about. There are lots of premade decks. A couple of well known ones are made by yousmle and brocencephalon or you can make your own. Its a great tool.
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How long did it take for you to finish all the kaplan videos? Also is DIT 2015 good enough? Or do I need 16-17?
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How long did it take for you to finish all the kaplan videos? Also is DIT 2015 good enough? Or do I need 16-17?

I didn't do every subject as you can see (ex. no anatomy, immuno etc)

first time it still took me about 12 weeks

the first time you do anything, since your learning and taking notes takes the longest by far.

For example I did biochem kaplan nice and slow. I would screenshot and print a lot of pages (I didnt even bother looking at the actual kaplan book, because I learnt early on I fill them up with notes and I never went back to them) and I would take notes on them, focus on what he says is HY.

Since i put the time in the first time over a 10 days. I could then go through my kaplan biochem notes in 4 hours. My biochem went from being crap to high performace.

DIT 2015 is the same thing, only reason to get DIT 2016 is if its free and for reference to FA 2016. Other than that, 95% same thing. Trust me I did both. It's the same exact videos on a different colored background and some of it rearranged.

go to www.freemedtube.com it has DIT2015 and other gems
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Thank you so much. So I have a similar approach to study as yours. I really like the video methods and don't really enjoy the questions as much. I've done uworld almost 3 times and scored around a 200 on UWSA 1 a few months ago. I finished kaplan once. I plan to take the exam in 12 weeks. What would you suggest I do in the next few months? Should I try to finish the videos once more (pathoma, DIT, sketchy)? Thank you.



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I didn't do every subject as you can see (ex. no anatomy, immuno etc)

first time it still took me about 12 weeks

the first time you do anything, since your learning and taking notes takes the longest by far.

For example I did biochem kaplan nice and slow. I would screenshot and print a lot of pages (I didnt even bother looking at the actual kaplan book, because I learnt early on I fill them up with notes and I never went back to them) and I would take notes on them, focus on what he says is HY.

Since i put the time in the first time over a 10 days. I could then go through my kaplan biochem notes in 4 hours. My biochem went from being crap to high performace.

DIT 2015 is the same thing, only reason to get DIT 2016 is if its free and for reference to FA 2016. Other than that, 95% same thing. Trust me I did both. It's the same exact videos on a different colored background and some of it rearranged.

go to www.freemedtube.com it has DIT2015 and other gems
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Thank you so much. So I have a similar approach to study as yours. I really like the video methods and don't really enjoy the questions as much. I've done uworld almost 3 times and scored around a 200 on UWSA 1 a few months ago. I finished kaplan once. I plan to take the exam in 12 weeks. What would you suggest I do in the next few months? Should I try to finish the videos once more (pathoma, DIT, sketchy)? Thank you.

First of all what did your last NBME show as weaknesses?

since you have 12 weeks first thing I would do is redo kaplan physiology as this is the basis for everything. if you feel comfortable with physio and your NBME reflect this then you can skip this since FA physio will be enough to review and keep you strong.

next I would kaplan biochem with the same mindset if its weak, if its strong then FA review+DIT review is plenty to keep strong.

Do barone path kaplan live lecture 2014 and fill in FA
Do pathoma again, speed it up and finish filling in whatever barone path missed

do sketchy 2 more times

do kaplan raymon if pharm is weak (amazing) review FA if pharm is strong, its perfect review

if behovorial, biostat is weak do daughtery kaplan videos-amazing

if struggle with ethics by Dr. Fischers medical ethics-you will become a pro


only go back to kaplan if a major topic is weak


if you have done uworld 3 times dont keep doing it, do a new qbank

when your chilling do usmlerx, kaplan etc (more importantly spend time reviewing NBME's and finding the right answer for yourself, this is huge)

the key is too feel comfortable with everything. forget knowing details like uworld its useless til your at a 230.

once you feel comfortable the key is speed, you want to get through all of FA in a week to have all the knowledge at once and ready to kick ass.

DO WHAT YOU FIND WORKS FOR YOU! who cares if 99% of students say uworld is the way to go, if you dont like it then its not your way. It was not my way.

its common sense, reviewing uworld pathology is no different than redoing a all of pathoma. uworld+FA alone is just a shortcut. do you want to be done in a month or do you really want to know the information and enjoy learning. Sure videos method may take 4 months but you will be stronger and understand things better as a whole

TAKES NBME'S ONLINE ETC AS I POSTED, TAKE THEM REGULARY AND BE SMART USING THEM
STUDY WEAKNESSES, STUDY WEAKNESSES, STUDY WEAKNESSES, STUDY WEAKNESSES-its hard to listen to this advice but STUDY WEAKNESSES. FIrst thing you should do regardless of what your studying! study weaknesses for a few days then go back to what you were doing.
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Thank you so much and congratulations. I wish you all the best and will follow this advice!! Good luck with everything!
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First of all what did your last NBME show as weaknesses?

since you have 12 weeks first thing I would do is redo kaplan physiology as this is the basis for everything. if you feel comfortable with physio and your NBME reflect this then you can skip this since FA physio will be enough to review and keep you strong.

next I would kaplan biochem with the same mindset if its weak, if its strong then FA review+DIT review is plenty to keep strong.

Do barone path kaplan live lecture 2014 and fill in FA
Do pathoma again, speed it up and finish filling in whatever barone path missed

do sketchy 2 more times

do kaplan raymon if pharm is weak (amazing) review FA if pharm is strong, its perfect review

if behovorial, biostat is weak do daughtery kaplan videos-amazing

if struggle with ethics by Dr. Fischers medical ethics-you will become a pro


only go back to kaplan if a major topic is weak


if you have done uworld 3 times dont keep doing it, do a new qbank

when your chilling do usmlerx, kaplan etc (more importantly spend time reviewing NBME's and finding the right answer for yourself, this is huge)

the key is too feel comfortable with everything. forget knowing details like uworld its useless til your at a 230.

once you feel comfortable the key is speed, you want to get through all of FA in a week to have all the knowledge at once and ready to kick ass.
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Thank you so much and congratulations. I wish you all the best and will follow this advice!! Good luck with everything!

thank you very much

read above again cause i edited it for you.

go kick ass!! do it your way and make sure you are confident in yourself. dont read negative posts, just tell yourself you can do it. Set a goal and go get it. I had written 230 all around the house, and although my NBME never reflected it I believe going over FA in the last week and having everything in my head at once which I had never had is what pushed me over 230. I trusted myself and my preparation and I on exam day everything just started clicking. I know I didnt get a 250, but for me personally I can't be any happier. I still beat 58% of AMG

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Great score! I really enjoy reading real post like yours!!
I am in a similar case, and I want to ask you, how did you keep your self motivated and restart studying over and over?
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Great score! I really enjoy reading real post like yours!!
I am in a similar case, and I want to ask you, how did you keep your self motivated and restart studying over and over?
Thanks in advance!
Thank you very much!!

I used forums a lot to help guide me but I never posted until I finished the exam.

I kept myself motivated by seeing how hard my parents work, how badly I want to start being a "real doctor" and unconditional support from family and friends. They never stressed me out or forced me to rush taking the exam. I was given my own space. Do not waste your time on people who harass you or people dont understand what your working towards. I left my gf cause she didnt understand how much attention this exam requires and I've never been happier with the choice of leaving her. My step 1 score is not stellar but I am over the moon about it and no relationship can match that feeling. I invested a lot of time and money and hardwork just like everyone else does and the results showed. At least I wont be filtered out by programs based on step 1 score

I had a lot of setbacks and it was hell having to stop studying and then essentially havent to restart the final 6 weeks of studying many many times. It's just how life is sometimes. You can either rise up and still get by or you let it defeat you. At the end of the day everyone has rough patches and a program director doesnt want a sob story, they want to see you can still excel.

I hope you reach all your goals, and wish you success in everything you do.

set your own goal and write it down. I wrote 230 all over the house as a dream goal, dreams do come true

don't let all the posts of 250's and 260's let you down. Remeber its like 19% of american/candian students that accompolish this. If you include IMG's its probably like 10%.

It feels good knowing I still beat almost 60% of American students and 76% of all students with a 232.

go get your dream

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