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Hi Guys please help me. My exam is in 15 days. I am getting 70 questions wrong on my offline NBMEs. I just want to pass step 1 with a score of 194. Shall I go ahead and take the exam?
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Hi everybody👋I have same problem..I am IMG graduated medical school in 2011 after had 3 years residency in Russia..
Was studying in Kaplan 2 times...didn't help I failed step 1. 2 years ago..after I failed I got pregnant which was the best gift for me. Now I have baby and no time but I truly want to pass these exam and I hope I still can do it. I am 32 years old and I believe if you really want something.. whole universe going to help you
So let's try dont give up and if you want to help le with advice how to study again...how to motivate myself u can text me
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@ nehazzz : First of all take nbme online .... if u dont do well in nbme dont go and take the test because u will fail no matte4 what .....
I am already done with all the usmle including step 3 ... And my experience is that if ur nbme goes wrong thats how u will do in the real test. Try to see what are ur weakness and study with that and read FA and watch some videos on youtube
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I can tell you what i did for step 1. I studied on my own for a while, took a program, then took my test. Make sure you take NBME's to track your progress. Make sure that you are doing questions and learning from the missed questions. Please don't give up. You will have setbacks in life, but make sure that you learn from them and build from them. Don't give up just because the road got a little rough. If you want more help feel free to email me.

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#50
Jeez!
Suicide after not passing an exam!! What are you talking about? Some of us have been through hell... you would not survive!!
Get over yourself. Look outside and see people are having actual problems. ACTUAL PROBLEMS! No parents, loss of limbs, no food to eat, no running water...

STUDY again if you really want to be a doctor. In the mean time look for work or join a nursing of physicians assistant degree of pHd.

So many things to do. The words I have said here are 1/1000 th of what I want to say.

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