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It depends. If you feel that's enough practice to score where you would like, then fair play. If you're like me and you just want to go blitzkrieg on questions regardless, I would recommend them. I will say they were the most helpful for the more difficult, physics heavy subjects (cardiovascular, respiratory, and renal phys). They were also good for the mechanism heavy endo/repro stuff.
About BnB, yeah feel free to forego those if you haven't covered that stuff yet.
which of the review books is your favorite? Just started cardio this week so I’m willing to give it a shot