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I went on a SJT preparation course today and they said that the average medical student spends 60 hours on SJT prep. To me this seems a bit excessive. Does anyone know how much time I should plan to spend on SJT preparation?
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I was on the bite medicine webinar and they suggested to start about 2 or 3 weeks before doing an hour or so each day.

I guess it depends on the person. When I practiced I did a book and finished the whole book and scored myself and no matter how long I studied I consistently got the same percentage - so i'm not sure if studying would actually boost marks.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I went on a SJT preparation course today and they said that the average medical student spends 60 hours on SJT prep. To me this seems a bit excessive. Does anyone know how much time I should plan to spend on SJT preparation?
Ooh which course was this? Would you recommend it?
(Original post by Anonymous)
I was on the bite medicine webinar and they suggested to start about 2 or 3 weeks before doing an hour or so each day.

I guess it depends on the person. When I practiced I did a book and finished the whole book and scored myself and no matter how long I studied I consistently got the same percentage - so i'm not sure if studying would actually boost marks.
Which book did you use?
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