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    Dr. Ajouz is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Goodevening , i am an orthopedic surgeon , are the questions enough for step 1 ?

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    I am an orthopedic surgeon , i will finish my fellowship after 2 months . Is it enough for me to pass step 1 with these applicable quetions . i need help and you know orthopedic is a bit far from medical field .
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    Samer

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    Its not enough. Why don't you download a sample CBT (fred v2) exam from the ECFMG website, and try it out? its a bit easier than the actual exam, so if you get a score of less than 200, you will most likely fail the actual thing. If you score 220 or so, you'll most likely pass.

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    THanks for your Reply

    where can i find a fred v2 exam . Is it found here ?
    I really appreciate your reply

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