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Jessica Lewis

I would focus on the areas that you are less confident in. For example, if you practice in outpatient developmental pediatrics and 90% of your caseload is CP, that is your strength. You might want to put more effort in reviewing areas that you are less familiar with – cardiopulmonary, inpatient lab values, etc. I think our study guides are a nice overview of many of the texts and articles you might have already reviewed. Use them and questions you are consistently missing on practice exams to determine what your weaknesses are and then really focus on those areas when you are studying.