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Getting tense, is this is normal

Discussion in 'Step I' started by GOGETA, Apr 29, 2007.

  1. GOGETA

    GOGETA SuperSaiyan
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    My test is in 1month an a day, and I'm starting to feel the stress also, I think Im forgetting everything.
    There still so many easy things to learn and to review, that I dont know if I will get the time to do.

    I finish one section start another and then a week later I still have the idea of the first one, but not as good as I wanted to be.

    My last NBME score was a low 370 in NBME 3, one month before I had NBME 4 with a 330.
    SO that means a 40 points increase in one month, and I need at least a 80 points increase to get to 450.

    Im doing UW, FA and Kaplan medessentials

    I'm planing to take my last NBME 2 weeks before my test, how much improvement Im suppose to expect, another 40 points or more?

    Any suggestion are welcome, and I cant postpone the test

    thanks
     
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  3. mesoderm

    mesoderm Junior Member
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    What areas does your assessment show to be your weak areas? Just focus on those.
     
  4. GOGETA

    GOGETA SuperSaiyan
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    Everything is borderline with a couple of exception that are high:D.

    Im just gettig really tense.

    Im planing to do NBME 2 two weeks before the test. what do you guys think?
    and one week before kaplan simulated test, I hope it works the old cd I have.

    So my other question is: where are the low end of the spectrum, that have score 400 in NBME 2 two weeks before the test and Pass the exam,in the last six moths?

    thanks
     

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