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Please critique my COMLEX 2CE Booklist

Discussion in 'Step II' started by americanpie, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. americanpie

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    I just finished my first rotation today and everything has gone well. Thanks God!!!:)

    Anyway, here is the booklist I got so I can study along with my rotations in 3rd year:

    Step up to 2CK
    FA 2CK (unbinded)
    Boards & Wards
    MKSAP 3
    Crush Step 2
    1yr UW- will annotated into FA 2CK
    COMBANK and COMQUEST-will get them when get close to the exam date.

    Is there anything I should add to the list? I try to be realistic but if there is anything y'all think helpful, please throw in.

    Any advice, thought, recommendation, opinion is welcomed and I really appreciate.

    Thank you very much!!!!:)
     
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  3. americanpie

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    bump! Any 4th student?
     
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    Here's what I used:

    Step Up To Medicine + FA subject books for each rotation
    Kaplan Videos and Books
    UWorld x 6 months
    Combank x 6 months (free from school)
    Comquest x 1 month (mostly for the legal and OMM, better than COMBANK)
    Step 2 Secrets (I think this is mostly the same as Crush). Good book.
    Green OMM Saverese Book + Questions in the back.

    If I could do it over again, I'd spend WAY more time on the Kaplan vids and books, less time on Step Up and First Aid. I'd also memorize all of Secrets during month 1.

    COMLEX likes some random left-field questions, but a focus on OBGYN (Blueprints), Peds (Preventive Med and ID), and FM should serve you well.
     

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