I hesitate to state exactly, but let's say it was a smattering of CV/biostats equations that are really easy if you know, but can be frustratingly difficult if they're on the tip of your tongue but can't quite place term X in the numerator or denominator. Small equations too, the kind that you think "hey, this isn't important" but if it's in FA, it's fair game. Just know the eq's. I'm sure we'll all have wildly different forms anyway, so this won't matter . As far as uworld: I ended up w/ 72% right, but that spanned the duration of my study time so I dunno how accurate that is. I took my tests after a full day of studying, so I tended to rush through it - my scores varied wildly from 70% to 91% one lucky time. I took 4 wks to study after school, but started in feb. The real test was pretty equivalent to UW #2, I felt. Less pharm thumbup, so maybe a *little* easier. Not by much though.