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JoMe46063439 (Posts 1) - 10/30/2010 8:17:03 PM
 
Hi guys I have my step 1 exam on the 10 of Nov and am stressing out. Can someone please tell me if I will pass with these results.

uworld test 1 - 184
uworld test 2 - 210
uworld question bank 55% with 80% completed

kago77542108 (Posts 1) - 10/31/2010 3:19:24 AM
 
Johnny wrote:
Hi guys I have my step 1 exam on the 10 of Nov and am stressing out. Can someone please tell me if I will pass with these results.

uworld test 1 - 184
uworld test 2 - 210
uworld question bank 55% with 80% completed


take an nbme its more exact than usmle world, only the nbme assessment can tell u the truth...

nvnv36103372 (Posts 1) - 11/1/2010 11:44:43 PM
 
As Kamala said, do an NBME, as it is probably the best estimator. I found this score calculator that considers multiple factors in predicting your score plus shows the standard deviation. It might be helpful in giving you an idea. Good luck!

http://www.clinicalreview.com/solutions/resources/usmle-score-calculator.html
edited by nvp on 11/1/2010

MuSh39191417 (Posts 1) - 11/2/2010 2:29:09 PM
 
which nbme forum ?

wara83926469 (Posts 1) - 11/3/2010 2:06:10 PM
 
Muhammad Daniayl wrote:
which nbme forum ?

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I strongly suggest you to give NBME 3&4 ,and review nbme offline question,,,it will help you alot,,,,whatever your score now just carefully solve nbme,,,and also solve 3 block question from usmle.org ,,,,best of luck for your exam.
edited by audrika on 11/3/2010

MuSh39191417 (Posts 1) - 11/3/2010 5:16:20 PM
 
thanks ! i will do it nbme forum 3 and 4 . Plz also tell me, what should be a good score on these forums ? also should i go for online nbme forum 6 and 7, as they r the latest ones ?

lith15766650 (Posts 1) - 11/4/2010 10:51:11 AM
 
Johnny wrote:
Hi guys I have my step 1 exam on the 10 of Nov and am stressing out. Can someone please tell me if I will pass with these results.

uworld test 1 - 184
uworld test 2 - 210
uworld question bank 55% with 80% completed


Goodluck on your exam!!!

JuBo76999354 (Posts 1) - 11/4/2010 1:33:16 PM
 
Hi everyone!!

I actually had a similar question regarding scores.... its very confusing, especially the three digit score because I never know what it means, what is good, really good, or bad....

I found on a website the following information, and would really appreciate if someone could tell me if it roughly correlates, or not!!!

It said that the conversion from 2-digit to three followed a linear correlation, from the passing score 75 - 182 (2 digit - 3 digit score) until it reached the 99 score at 243, and that from that point on, anything above 243 is a 99 on the 2 digit.
So:
75 - 182 : Passing score.
to calculate 2 digit could use the formula:
(2digit score) x 2.45 = 3 digit score
until 99 - 243 to 280.

If this is true, then if I got on the self asessments on UW a 247 it means Im on 99?????

And, on the nbme self asessments, do you get also an approximate 3 digit and 2 digit scores??

with these scores, would you present the exam in 2 weeks???

Thank you!!! so much!
Its just all these scales are confusing!!!

GrAv87020787 (Posts 1) - 11/4/2010 10:42:05 PM
 
[I am sure you will get 240 at list!

MeTh29718050 (Posts 1) - 11/9/2010 10:44:19 AM
 
GOODLUCK ON YOUR EXAM!!!

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