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I have juz started preparing 4 step 1 .. plzzz help me by telling the proper strategy n which books n sites I should refer .. please tell me which subject 2 start with n how 2 follow ...
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I recommend you read these two threads;
If you still have queries after reading these two threads, post your replies here.



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i am also new.. thinkin of starting my prep for step 1..
hopefully i will get some good suggestions here. thanks.
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i am also new.. thinkin of starting my prep for step 1..
hopefully i will get some good suggestions here. thanks.
Read Kaplan Lecture Notes
Do Kaplan Qbank
Do USMLE World
then go to the exam
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Read Kaplan Lecture Notes
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Do USMLE World
then go to the exam
sounds so simple... u sure u'r not missing anything ??
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sounds so simple... u sure u'r not missing anything ??
Yeah he forgot to mention First Aid
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Yeah he forgot to mention First Aid
You don't need FA if you master Kaplan.
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sounds so simple... u sure u'r not missing anything ??
Yes, am sure. I am not missing anything.
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Yes, am sure. I am not missing anything.
u r missing GOLJAN RR......kaplan DVDs n goljan audios...
FA is also good book to revise...
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u r missing GOLJAN RR......kaplan DVDs n goljan audios...
FA is also good book to revise...
so,, goljan, kaplan, audio, video, fa ..
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dude.. this lady "khushboo" has made it more confusing..
i think i should start with kaplan notes for now
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so,, goljan, kaplan, audio, video, fa ..
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dude.. this lady "khushboo" has made it more confusing..
i think i should start with kaplan notes for now
How do you know that khushboo is a lady
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I would recommend this:

Kaplan Lecture Notes for all subjects except Pathology. If you have the time and sources for audio/video lectures accompanying them, go for it.

Goljan Audio Lectures Plus Rapid Review of Pathology book. I have posted a link for this, you can check it on the forum if you want to download the lectures.

FA 2010 edition for the up to date information, mnemonics and the book for final days before the exam.
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I can copy paste some useful links here itself:

http://freemedicalbooks.webs.com/goljan.htm

http://www.usmle-forums.com/usmle-st...es-format.html

http://www.usmle-forums.com/usmle-st...pathology.html
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I would recommend this:

Kaplan Lecture Notes for all subjects except Pathology. If you have the time and sources for audio/video lectures accompanying them, go for it.

Goljan Audio Lectures Plus Rapid Review of Pathology book. I have posted a link for this, you can check it on the forum if you want to download the lectures.

FA 2010 edition for the up to date information, mnemonics and the book for final days before the exam.
i got it now. but where is the link for those lectures?? and by rapid review do u mean BRS??
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I have posted the links, just look above your post.

No Rapid Review is different from BRS.
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How do you know that khushboo is a lady
Hmmmm.. dude i know bcoz she sounds so studious.. she didnt leave anything , mentioned all the books
and u know what , khushboo is a female name meaning fragrance
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Hmmmm.. dude i know bcoz she sounds so studious.. she didnt leave anything , mentioned all the books
and u know what , khushboo is a female name meaning fragrance
hehehe.... so this thread is debating whether m girl or not....!!!!!!
@ saty_montana...the books i mentioned r all necessary u'll realize later on....
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hehehe.... so this thread is debating whether m girl or not....!!!!!!
@ saty_montana...the books i mentioned r all necessary u'll realize later on....

hahahahaha

khushboo has rightly mentioned the materials required.... goljan audio, rr and FA are step1 valuables...
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okay, so summarizing i have to study Kaplan lecture notes, Goljan audio with rapid review for patho and FA..

OK.. I think I have plenty of time bcoz i haven't graduated yet so no worries.. thanks to all of u.. :sorry:
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do as many questions as u can. thats also an easy way to learn n memorize once u've done all reading. leave urself with at least a full month of just attempting 2000 (if possible up till 4000) questions.
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do as many questions as u can. thats also an easy way to learn n memorize once u've done all reading. leave urself with at least a full month of just attempting 2000 (if possible up till 4000) questions.
ok.. and from where to do those questions..??? any names of those books??
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ok.. and from where to do those questions..??? any names of those books??
FA n LANGE Q&A are good. i also did the USMLE consult (1000 questions of yet) n of course UW n NBME (haven't done)
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Someone told me wikitestprep is good too if you want to do a bunch of free extra questions. So - Kaplan Qbank / UW / wikitestprep / consult if you have time and of course your NBMEs

http://www.wikitestprep.org/
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