Solace

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The only thing about Qbook that there is only 850 questions with only 100 each for micro and physio while Qbank has more than 2000, I believe. I figure that I probbably won't be able to take advantage of all of the 2000 questions anyway since I am reviewing books most of the time and money is tight.
 

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I recommend q-bank as well as q-book, and you should have time to finish both: you're better off doing questions as opposed to focussing your energy on reviewing books.
 

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If money is tight, you can always poke around on e-bay and come up with lots of other practice questions for dirt cheap. Or you can get a few people together to go in on Q-bank and decide some sort of schedule for using it. Personally, I don't think 850 questions from the Q-book is enough for practice before the exam.
 
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