Hi all: I just got my score today and I PASSED. Actually, I passed surprisingly well even though I thought I failed. I got 58% on UW but got 237/99 on my real exam (that's including doing the exam empty-stomach the first day since I forgot to bring food... I was seeing stars by the end of the day!). I think it's really important to do well on CCS since it counts for 25% and is by far the easier of the 2 poritons. I went over all the CCS quesitons on UW twice. I got child abuse presenting as decreased LOC, pregnancy presenting as UTI, overdose on morphine, COPD exaceberation, ruptured AAA, DKA, colon ca, essential HTN in a young obese patient on my exam. As for MCQ, there's not much you can do to prepare for it other than clinical rotations but I read through Crash Step 3 twice and did 60% of UW questions. I would recommend First Aids fro step 3 though since it's more organised/less errors/contains CCS cases. It took me about 1 mo of 3-4 hour studying per day. I am a pathology resident so if I can do it, you can too! Good luck to you all and happy Christmas!