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Sources: Kaplan or Kaplan+1 other per subject?

Discussion in 'Step I' started by swtiepie711, Dec 31, 2008.

  1. swtiepie711

    swtiepie711 Senior Member
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    Hi All, I have searched on the site for a thread with this question but didn't find it - sorry if it's a repeat.

    I have had mixed suggestions - some pp say pick ONE book per subject (kaplan or other) and just stick with that for board review. Others say pick ONE review book per subject to read before school let's out and then use Kaplan after that (so essentially TWO books/subject). Any thoughts?

    Has anyone JUST used Kaplan books (minus maybe Kaplan path subbing in Goljan?)? Thanks for anyones thoughts & GL everyone!!!
     
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  3. sendwich

    sendwich you rock!
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    i too would like to know
     
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    i've heard only use one source, just make them good sources. it's good to reuse the books that you used during your coursework because repetition+the notes you already have in those books will prepare you better than multiple sources
     

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