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    Wishing and Doing in USMLE Prep

    By askdoc / October 23, 2012

    ‘When you wish upon a star, makes no difference who you are, everything your heart desires will come to you.’ From the movie ‘Pinocchio’ by Walt Disney Wouldn’t it be nice if that were true? Just rub a magic lamp and your wish becomes reality. Win the million dollar lotto. Marry Prince Charming. Ace the […]

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      Aiming for a 99: Importance of the Learning Phase

      By askdoc / May 15, 2012

      Normally if you are a fresh graduate or third year medical student, you can skip the learning phase and proceed directly to mastery phase. While it is imperative for old graduates to go through a formal learning phase. The exception is if you are aiming for a 99, then you need a formal learning phase. […]

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        Three Phases of USMLE Prep

        By askdoc / September 2, 2010

        Biggest Mistake in USMLE Prep One of the biggest mistakes people make in prepping for the USMLE is underestimating the time it takes to finish the prep. It seems a lot of people start their USMLE prep by opening a book and then start reading. They have no estimate on how fast they have to […]

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