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  rudy2020 - 09/28/20 13:49
 
  Hello everyone. Im going to give my step 1 in January. I preparing with sketchy, FA , Pathoma & uworld. But one of my friend suggested me to do DIT( doctors in training) program. Is that really good . still I’m having time for my preparation. Plz anybody suggest me I shall do DIT or else this is wast of time and money? Thank you.  
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* Re:Question About DIT
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  drcp - 10/01/20 13:55
 
  DIT is good if you just want things in first aid repeated, it will help you if you have a hard time focusing alone, it definitely helps to hear and learn from lectures. That said you really won't learn concepts where your light bulb is turned on answer new question which you never answered before. DIT is a decent source but just know what to expect.  
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  rudy2020 - 10/02/20 02:14
 
  Thank you so much  
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* super-simplified success group ver 11/12/2020 1:26
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  allaboutrezsuccess - 11/12/20 13:29
 
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