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Discussion in 'Step I' started by Dawg_MD, Nov 19, 2002.

  1. Dawg_MD

    Dawg_MD Member
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    Sep 29, 2002
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    I am finishing up my second year and am looking at preparing for Steo I. IS it just me, or does anybody else get depressed at the amount of info they have forgotten over the last two years? I have a very good GPA, but I feel like some of the stuff just never stayed in my brain. What's worse, I made a conscious effort not to simply memorize for the exams like most people do in college, but to really learn and understand the stuff. I hardly remember any Neuro or Immuno. I just hope I suprise myself at how fats it comes back while studying for Step I.
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  3. southerndoc

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    Jun 6, 2002
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    Relax, we all feel as if we've forgotten a lot. We learned a lot, and hence we've forgot a lot, yet if you looked at the percentage of stuff you've learned v. what you have lost, I would bet you've retained a significant percentage of it.

    Good luck on Step I! Remember, Kaplan qBank is the way to go for question practice!

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