DRealDrZ

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Hi everyone. I've read quite a few posts about step 1 and even a little on this subject. I have a First Aid 2003 and wondered if I should buy a 2004. How much difference do you think there is in these two versions? Before answering, I have access to BRS materials, Kaplan books, High Yield books, and Kaplan Q Bank. With all of those other sources, is it worth me spending the $40 to get the new one, or am I good? Thanks for the input.
 

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I'd not think so. If you care that much -- find one of your friends who has FA 2004 and borrow it for a day or two to check it out. I had gotten FA 2001 free, but I did buy FA 2003 (for my 2003 test) -- that was more because I was studying with a bunch of people who all had 2003 and it was annoying to be off by a page or two or something and I figured I did buy the first copy anyway. I'm about 95% positive you'll not find any significant difference between 2003 and 2004.

Good luck.
 

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Thanks for the info. Honestly, that's what I was thinking, but I just wanted to make sure before I got the book. I actually got the 2003 for $5 without anything written in it, so thought it was a steal anyway. Thanks again
 

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The only differences are the database review recommendations at the end of the book. The content for the review is almost identical over the past few years.
 
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