Is 7 weeks enough for Step 1?

Is 7 weeks enough for Step 1?

7 weeks is plenty and you can definitely shoot for above a 220. I took 8 weeks exactly for dedicated. My first NBME (just before dedicated) ended in a 190. I got my score 2 days ago and finished with a 246.

What should I do a few days before Step 1?

— Now for the day before the Step 1 Exam: —

  • Take the day off from studying! •
  • Wake up early.
  • LIGHT exercise in the morning.
  • NO naps.
  • Plan what you will do after the exam.
  • Open space.
  • Don’t watch a movie that’s too intense or makes you reminisce too much afterwards.
  • Watch this video and get fired up for success.

What should I eat the day before my first step?

The night before the test is an important one for making smart eating choices. Even if you’re nervous, try to eat a full meal with protein, carbs, and vegetables. A good idea is to go for fish, greens, and healthy carbohydrates such as rice or whole wheat pasta. Try fruit or dark chocolate for dessert.

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What should I do the day before my board exam?

Tips You Should Do the Night Before the Exam

  1. Eat a healthy meal:
  2. Set an alarm (or two):
  3. Don’t drink too much water:
  4. Get enough sleep:
  5. Review study notes:
  6. Don’t study too late:
  7. Work out:
  8. Prepare for the morning:

What should I do half an hour before an exam?

Before an Exam: 6 Do’s and Don’ts for the Final Hour

  1. DO break a sweat. If the thought of finals makes you perspire, head for the gym or take a brisk walk.
  2. DO unburden your brain. Well-meaning friends and family may tell you that your test worries are all in your head.
  3. DO watch what you eat.
  4. DON’T cram.
  5. DON’T be late.
  6. DON’T psych yourself out.

What should I do 5 minutes before an exam?

Here’s what to do to stay cool, calm, and collected for Test Day.

  1. Pace Yourself. Don’t wait until the last minute to study.
  2. Exercise. Get all that excess energy out when you’re nervous!
  3. Pre-pack Everything. Don’t go into a test unprepared.
  4. Meditate.
  5. Review Your Notes.
  6. Exhale!
  7. Reward Yourself.
  8. Hang Out.