time to study for boards

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  1. specialK38

    specialK38 Junior Member
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    I was just wondering how long your school gives you to study for boards..
    Is it adequate? What is considered a lot/not a lot of time? Thanks.
     
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    2 weeks ... i bet its not.. we will find out in 7months?
     
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    Rezdawg 1K Member
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    2 weeks at BU.
     
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    2 weeks of summer vacation before the written exam. But almost everyone at UCLA studies for several months beforehand.
     
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    Because most of us will take the board this Dec, Case gives 1 week off + 3 weeks of holiday for studying. Throughout the semester, our instructors have given very light projects, compentencies and tests so we'd have more time to study for board :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    Man, I wish IUSD professors took that attitude. Fall semester of our second year is probably the toughest stretch of the whole four years.
     

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