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Default Five Fatal Mistakes To Avoid During USMLE Step 1 Preparation

Ready to become a USMLE aspirant? Ready to score 260+ and ace the test? Step 1 may be the most challenging part of USMLE for most medical students. Make sure you donít make any of these five mistakes, I wish I had someone to tell me about during my days, while preparing for your STEP 1 exam.

1. Choosing Additional Resources
In an attempt to cover every bit of information, most students will choose too many learning resources when starting to prepare for STEP 1. In the end, they spend a lot more time than needed and still cannot master any of them.

Even I made the same mistake during my days. But I was lucky enough to realize the fact timely and cut down the list to three resources only.

Whatís the sense in ruining your time to cram extra resources while you have not yet mastered what you are already studying?

As a tutor, I always recommend my students to choose only three learning resources. My recommended resources for you to ace the STEP 1 include:

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