USMLE Step 1: “Narrative of Nonperformer” – from 150 in NBME to 252 in real deal – Dr. Mazhar Khan’s Experience
Let me start in the name of Allah who’s the greatest benefactor of all mankind. I am going to write a detailed
composition regarding preparation for USMLE Step 1. I am Final year student at Chandka medical college
Larkana and I took my exam on Feb 13th 2019. Final year is the year before internship/house job in Pakistan. I
just got my score: 252, Alhamdulilah
Let me introduce some myths, surrounding USMLE Step 1 which are especially prevalent within Pakistan. I am
not too sure about India because I heard their students typically appear in their final years.
Myth number 1: Do not appear for USMLE Step 1 within your graduation
Verdict: Baseless, illogical reasoning
Explanation: This is so prevalent in Pakistan it’s almost pathetic. One of the biggest concerns surrounding our
students is that step 1 is a huge risk to be taken before graduation. Let me put it in another way: Step 1 would
always remain a risk whenever it is taken, whether during or after graduation, whether a preparation of 4
months or a preparation 14 months. It is an unpredictable exam. Let me reassure you that taking Step 1 within
your graduation would, 90% of time, result in a score that would be substantially higher than when having taken
after your graduation. Why? It’s simple! You have a habit of studying for prolonged time periods and you have
not yet stepped into your professional field. Furthermore What you have been studying all along during your
medical studies is still fresh in your mind . Basic sciences is something that trouble even the experienced
doctors, let alone a mere young student. It’s all about finding the right tempo to study for extended time and
when you enter the profession, that is something quite troublesome.
Take my advice: rather than wasting your time during your medical studies, spend it swimming through Step 1
Remember you are in direct competition with medical students of US. They typically appear for Step 1 at the end of
their 2nd year and Step 2 at the end of their 4th year.
Myth number 2: You need clinical exposure to fully understand Step 1 clinical vignettes
Verdict: Not necessarily!
Explanation: Remember US medical students don’t have any clinical exposure leading up to their Step 1 exam.
While attending wards may help you understand the methodology leading to diagnosis and management, you
definitely do not need to wait till you acquire maximal clinical experience for step 1. Most of the cases can be fully
understood easily by simply applying knowledge of basic sciences you just learned. Radio-graphs and gross
specimens can be practiced by simply getting help from the world wide web and selected university department
websites. Similarly heart sounds can be made available through a simple google search. You just need to be active
enough to utilize the internet as an aid to your studies. You would only be rarely tested for management of the
patient, which is the primary focus of Step 2 CK and not Step 1 . In, majority of occasions, application of knowledge
of basic sciences is what is expected of you.
Myth number 3: Cram, by heart, all Kaplan series
Verdict: Wrong and time wasting!
Explanation: Let me begin by stating US medical students only rarely, if ever, turn to kaplan for their study. At a
later stage of this article, I would lay out the recommended books for you. Kaplan definitely is a good series but
thinking that it lays out the syllabus content of step 1 for you is nonsense. Step 1 does not have a very well defined
syllabus. The closest you can get is finding the syllabus release on ‘usmle.org’ for Step 1. Instead of spending time
cramming all of it, it`s more useful to concentrate on selected areas more. At a later stage, as stated already, I would
lay out the books you need to study for an efficient preparation.
Myth number 4: First read, Second read, third read, fourth read
Verdict: This depends!
Explanation: Remember everyone has his own way of studying. This sequential method typically follow the Kaplan
series and has little significant benefit. It is very rigid and can not be modified. A lot of people asked me repeatedly
how many reads I have done. My answer was always the same: is the number of reads the method to use to judge
someone’s preparation? That’s the purpose of NBME sample assessment. Don’t let the “number of reads” fool you.
Some people study fast and they find that spending little time on everything gives them sufficient time to revise;
others find the opposite to be true. This mean a person who has done 2 reads may be doing just about as good as
another who has done 7 reads. Besides some subjects need more reads than others; pharmacology needs more
commitment than does anatomy.
Confused? I am too! When you try and follow “number of reads” rule, you’d end up even more confused. Solution?
Try and find your own best method. If you get a good NBME score, this mean you are doing fine. For more info on
NBME, read on.
Myth number 5: Step 1 is all about concepts….
Verdict: and ….. Cramming!
Explanation: Don’t be fooled into thinking you don’t have anything to learn in Step 1! Microbiology, Immunology
and pathology have far more knowledge that has to be learned compared to what you do in college, in addition to
making concepts. By all means, make maximal attempts as learning as much information is possible. If you don’t
know the virus names and groups, you cannot answer any question based simply on “concepts”. Knowledge in Step
1 is tested very rigorously, but it is typically very cleverly disguised as they simply form a part of the multiple
process thinking. Learn everything; don not leave things out. Yes and That means you have to learn Ebola virus,
Japanese Encephalitis virus and Lymhpocytic Choriomeningitis Virus too!
Myth number 6: 70-80% of Step 1 exam is full of pathology
Explanation: It’s true that almost 95% of the exam has clinical vignettes that can be directly correlated to pathology
however the subject matter that is being tested may not necessarily be pure pathology. You may be given a vignette
on Ataxia-Telengiectasia but you may be tested on an immunological concepts, or a molecular biological concept.
Now that the current USMLE exam are full of clinical vignettes (as stated on the official usmle.org “number of
questions in clinical vignettes form to be increased”), you would find this to be even more prevalent.
My purpose is to tell you to divide your attention equally amongst all subjects. 70-80% pathology on exam never
means 70-80% time on pathology and 20-30% time on remaining subjects.
Myth number 7: Delaying the exam by a month or two would increase my score
Verdict: What makes you think the opposite may not happen?
Explanation: Read the verdict again, and again and again. Do you have any guarantee that you would definitely not
slack off, run the risk of forgetting important facts after breaking your study momentum and decrease your score
instead? Remember momentum and sustained effort are extremely important. When you choose an exam date, stick
to it. Try to carry your momentum straight uptil that date. Breaking your rhythm would only increase your anxiety
and make you forget important facts.
Myth number 8: My friend got a lot of virology in his exam; I must spend all my time studying virology
Verdict: Fair enough, but isn’t “all your time” a bit too ambitious?
Explanation: The issue here is that there is little uniformity within a Step 1 exam, and little comparative value
between Step 1 exams in terms of subjects content, NOT standardized 2 or 3 digit score. For example your friend
just gave Step 1 about 2 weeks prior to your final date. He seemed to get a lot of question from virology and defense
mechanisms (behavioral sciences). Should that make you think you should spend your next 2 weeks till your final
date studying with full force , these topics? This is a common psyche of anyone who is about to take his or her
exam, to rely a lot on what has already appeared. It’s fair enough, but you have to make sure you do not compromise
the rest of your study. Step 1 as stated already, is an unpredictable exam. You may be tested a lot, instead of virology,
on mycology on a disproportionately high scale i.e far more questions than you might anticipate. When you go
through Step 1 forums, you may see some people stating they got a lot of biochemistry but little anatomy, and other
attesting to the exact opposite.
You should always make an effort to study each and every subject in step 1 with equal time and honestly. As stated
elsewhere, yes, there are subjects like pharmacology and microbiology that require disproportionately more time but
this is not because they appear a lot on the exam, but because of the nature of these subjects that warrant consistent
If you can find any more myths, please discuss them in comments and I’d include them here.
Now let me talk about the recommended books for you.
Physiology : All American students rely a lot on BRS physiology. It’s fantastic book that focuses on the most high
yield content you need to know with all the necessary graphs. The problem with kaplan is that it includes discussion
of quite a few topics that are not tested on Step 1 e.g Vascular Physiology. These are also discussed in heavy details
that entail a lot of time commitment. BRS physiology has everything you need to know in physiology plus an
additional chapter on Neurophysiology which is not discussed even in kaplan neuroanantomy
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology : Kpalan should suffice here. In fact, Kaplan is a good book. Listen to the
lectures ( Dr. Sam turco) explains the concepts exceptionally well.
Anatomy: Kaplan neuroanatomy lecture notes and videos (by Dr White) are very important. High yield
neuroanatomy is also a good book ; I heard some Americans studying it. Remember it is extremely important that
you know the clinical scenarios very well, CT scans, MRI`s, and gross specimen. In this manner, high yield is a very
good book because it has many such illustration and snaps. You should have a very good orientation of the brain in
all planes; sagittal, coronal and transverse! Using help from university department websites can be of immense help.
Search “webpath”on Google and navigate into the pathology department of Utah University.
Gross Anatomy is fair enough. But you may need help from major texts such as Snell to study the pelvic region
which is disappointingly poorly explained in kaplan.
Emberyology is spread throught Gross anatomy. But you can just stick to Firsd Aid here.
Immunology : Kaplan should suffice here, strangely enough, the immune faculty was kind enough to write a
continuous prose for us rather than shoot bullets (points). Remember again that immunology techinques, similar to
genetics and molecular biology techniques, are very important and should be clearly understood and learnt. For
example KNOW the difference between ELISA and western blot very well! Disease are very frequently tested. At
last stay loyal to kaplan here; you do not have to spend too much time on other books.
Microbiology : Kaplan should suffice here, at last stay loyal to sketchy, and FA.
Pharmacology : Use Katzung Board review series here. Surprised? I`m not. That is the best book. Some topics such
as Chemotherapy and anticancer drugs are so important you have to study them in detail. Katzung is more than
enough details and you can totally rely on it. Because Dr. Anthony Trevor is also a co- author of Kaplan
pharmacology, there are some similarities between the two which mean once you go through katzung, you can
review kaplan easily. You may consider annotating kaplan with Katzung points. They test each and every drug, even
Sitagliptin and Orlistat. Be careful studying Toxicology because it is important.
It would help you writing some points on a note book and repeatedly revising it. For example, write all adverse
effects of all anticancer drugs and keep going through it. Eventually you’d start remembering that pulmonary
fibrosis is a prominent side effect of bleomycin and busulfan, nephrotoxicity is not an issue with sirolimus and a
combination of Didanosine and Zidovudine has a high incidence of neutropenia.
Behavioural Science : When I first went through it, it looked out I didn’t go through it at all and only had a kaplan
that I did go throgh it. You will have to use High Yield Biostatics to simply understand just what the hell is going on
around with all those lines and numbers and paranoid P-values.
Pathology : Goljan appears to be the undisputed king here. You can also listen to Goljan audio lectures. Some
American students say they also relied on the side notes given in the book especially just a few day before the
eventual exam and it was a massive help. This is a detailed book so make sure you allocate enough time, otherwise
PATHOMA suffice here. Contrary to popular belief, pathology does not make 70-80% of your step 1 exam as
already explained earlier in the Myth section. So do not allocate time in excess of what`s required, that may
compromise your study of other subjects.
QUESTION RESOURCES :
You have the following question banks. They are discussed separately.
USMLE World (UW) :
It can be found at ‘usmleworld.com’. This question resource has consistently high ratings amongst students and
Americans love using it to supplement their study of First Aid. You can buy it for 249$ for one month. Subscriptions
greater than a month have substantial discounts. You can get their books but they are all pirated and illegal material.
I would highly recommended buying this for a 3 months at least. Typically this should be used to maximum effect
about 3-4 months before your actual exam. Question typically use 2-3 step thinking process and require good
integration of concepts, so it’s tough question resource. My advise is to solve all question and read their explanation
regardless of wheather you get any question correct or incorrect.
This can be accessed at usmlerx.com. This is the least expensive of all Q banks with a single month subscription at
89$. Instead of kaplan you may want to utilize this resource early in your course work. This is the work of
contributor of First Aid. So it heavily relies on info resource of First Aid. This can be an advantage if you are using
First Aid as well. Repetition of facts in First aid ensure adequate retention in memory. However some question may
not correctly reflect the standard and format of current USMLE exam and rely somewhat on typical case scenario
facts and explanations. In addition, a lot more question directly test knowledge rather than careful integration of
facts. Best utilized early in coursework.
KAPLAN Qbank :
This can be accessed at kaplanmedical.com. It`s very expensive: You can get their books but again, that’s pirated and
illegal. They do not release any textbooks. American do not prefer using this resource. Kaplan Qbank relies quite
extensively on knowledge given in their text books and at time, it feel they are exclusively focused on specific
knowledge pointer in their question, rather than good integration of concepts as done by usmleworld. Furthermore it
has a habit of testing knowledge that is both step 1 irrelevant and not given in recommended textbooks (not even in
their own textbooks!) . Overall I would not recommend this Qbank.
NBME exam :
These exams can be purchased at NBME website for about 60$ each and has 200 questions each arranged in 4
blocks. You may buy about 2 or 3 such exam, from a total of 6. It is very important to use at least one exam early in
coursework and another late in coursework to gauge your performance levels, strengths and weakness. In addition a
projected 3 digit score is given to you at the end of you exam that is highly predictive of your actual USMLE step 1
score. NBME`s are also not reflective of current USMLE style. Most question are very easy making the marking
very stringent and strict. But you have to use these exam to analyse your performance levels. I recommend buying 3.
Use one early, another in the middle and the last one late in your coursework to ensure adequate progression in your
USMLE World Self Assessment forms:
They can be accessed at usmleworld.com and have a cost of 40$ each. They are two in number. When purchased
together, they cost 70$ in total. They have the added advantages of allowing you to study question you got incorrect
or correct and read all explanation, over NBME which allow neither. Best used late in your coursework and you
should attempt to study all the explanations. There are 160 questions in each exam.
GETTING STARTED WITH IT ALL :
You have the choice to study either during your medical studies or after your graduation. As I already explained
earlier, studying during medical school is substantially better than after your graduation. However USMLE is a
difficult exam that need honesty and time commitment. You can not study this exam for the fun or sake of it because
that may seriously backfire with a very low score. Only sit this exam once you are sure of your preparation. Using
NBME is one way of assessing your preparedness.
In case you wished to appear in Step 1 during your medical studies but became very anxious or your NBME score is
not so good, your time was not lost! You can carry that knowledge over to studying for step 2 CK as well during
your final year. In that case you may begin to feel confident enough to give Step 2 CK before your step 1 because
you had already had some feel of how step 1 looks like.
Here’s a tour through a Step 1 preparation.
First few months ; getting started :
A lot of us subcontinent people use kaplan. Americans get about 2 months off at end of 2nd year, and study First
You may need to use the videos. You do not necessarily have to listen to all these videos. You may form good
concepts but as soon as that happens, you’d immediately forget later on. Using videos for referencing again and
again is time consuming and frustrating. A good detailed textbook is a very good substitute. If grasping DNA
synthesis from kaplan biochemistry textbook is difficult, jump straight to lippincott. Unfortunately this cross
referencing is something you’d have to do extensively throughout your step 1 study.
First just go through the kaplan. Understand , learn or not , is not a matter. Try to get a feel of what step 1 syllabus
content is like. Next you may want to use video lecture to aid you in understanding difficult concepts and also for the
sake of simply touring through the step 1. In these first few months, use your textbooks extensively. Don`t be afraid
to open Snell`s anatomy or Ganong`s Physiology to clarify difficult concepts.
Doing all of that you would take quite a lot of time. Be patient. Do not rush through your study scheduler try
jumping ahead. Do justice to all your subjects. Remember subjects like Pharmacology and Microbiology require
constant attention. This means that as soon as you’re done with your first pass, try to immediate jump back to these
subjects and revise them. Do not limit these subjects to a mere 3 or 4 reads. It is indefinitely high yield to do as
many quick reads of these subjects as is possible. This ensure adequate retention of facts in your memory. You do
not have to use question resources at this moment.
So initial stage of your study is simply quick pass through the syllabus content + careful pass through selected and
difficult topics with extensive cross referencing from major textbooks and maintenance of important pointers in a
notebook. Do not try to be a copycat and emulate others” timetables. Find the right solution to studying yourself.
Intermediate Stage :
This stage introduces the question resources. As already stated, you can rely on UW, Usmlerx, or kaplan Qbank.
Although you can find illegaly printed textbooks to these question resource, they don`t give you the advantage of
mixing your questions, making random timed or self-paced blocks and maintain a record of used and unused
My recommendation would be to use UW, and trying attempting questions system-wise. If you just finished a
revision of biochemistry, hit the questions. Read the explanations to all questions, pick up a notebook and write the
important facts in that. Go through those facts at regular stages. These would especially help you, in Biochemistry
cases, learn all yhe rate limiting enzyme and hormonal and allosteric controls. Allosteric control form an important
testing component and is especially tricky to understand, especially in the whole context of all metabolic pathways.
Use this approach and apply to all subjects. You don’t have to attempt the whole question resource, but make sure
you do attempt at least a sufficient number of questions. At this stage you may use either timed or self-paced mode.
At the end, try and attempt NBME exam. This should give you an idea where you land and how far are you from
your goal. Depending upon your goal and the difference from your goal, you can modify that final stage of your
preparation in whatever manner you like.
Final Stage :
Remember now your momentum is very important. If you remain consistent in this stage, you would drastically
improve your final score. If you take breaks or delay your exam, you would only end up wasting time.
Now is the time to start usmleworld second round. American at this stage do 2 blocks 40 questions everyday and
spend time reading all explanation. Mix in another NBME and/or UWSA which have already been referenced to
Here’s an important point. If your NBME score is far off from your goal, NOW you may contemplate delaying your
exam. Always aim for the very high, but you have to have a realistic appraisal of your own intellect and ability. You
must have both a very high goal, and a very realistic goal. It’s only you who can tell you what your abilities are.
NBME`s usually are a very accurate gauge of your performance. What they state is approximately what your
Keep your First aid also, especially towards the week leading up to your eventual exam. Make sure you have been
following CTs, MRIs, Photomicrographs, Gross specimens and X-Rays all along because these are heavily tested.
Keep focused on learning heart sounds as well. Do not even think about opening a new book at this stage.
When you are done with your kaplan, throw those books away and concentrate only on First Aid and your own UW
notes in last two weeks.
In your final day, you may take a day off after a stressfull spell that spanned several months. Make a list of things
you need to take. Check your permit, Prometric appointment, passport and National ID card.
Some tips about what to do during your last day and exam day :
I had the biggest misfortune of totally screwing up my sleep the very last day. It was not Anxiety. It happens
sometimes to me that I can’t go to sleep even after 4-5 hrs and by chance, it happened the very last night too.
Eventually I took a pill of Alprazolam 1 mg, slept for 4 hrs , and went to the exam. The whole day was a battle with
drowsiness. Energy drinks did some trick but really, my First and second blocks were almost sacrificed which must
have led to reduction in my eventual score.
I would advise you to take a sleeping pills the last night and ensure a good night sleep. This is critically important
before your exam that drowsiness doesn’t take over. You can use energy drinks during the day of your exam but
make sure you have used them before to be sure they don’t end up causing diarrhae instead during the exam.
My experience with Step 1 preparation:
when I got admission in medical school, I was very happy, suddenly military operation ( Operation Zarb-e-Azab )
started in my district North Waziristan. Due to this military operation we suffered a lot economicaly, socially, and a
lot of blood shed of people. Regarding this military operation it is worth mention that we displaced internally and
start living in refugees camp. Because of all this serious concerns, I was tortured very much mentally even though
that I failed first 2 years of my medical school exams, and was a big challenge for to face all these situations.
Aim of these little story?
If I can do it, you can do it too.
How I Started?
First 3 months ( Jan 2018-March 2018 )
I started at the beginning of my Fourth year. I started as usual : kaplan textbooks and videos lectures. But I did not
use all the videos lectures because quarter-way through I realized that although they are helping me solidify my
concepts, they are of little value in revision. I listened to Dr Lionel Raymon`s Pharmacology lectures, Dr. Turco`s
Biochemistry lectures, and Dr. White`s Neuroanatomy lectures. I may have listened to other too somewhat , but I do
not clearly remember. All these mentioned lectures were the work of genius people indeed and by all means, you
should listen to what they have to say about their subjects. You may elect to skip the other lectures.
April 1, 2018- 15 May 2018 :
I covered all the kaplan series upto 30 march, then I started FIRST AID at 1st April and finished it upto 15 may, I.e
in 1.5 months.
15 may 2018-15 Aug 2018 :
when I covered FA, then I bought UW subscription of 6 months , I covered it in 3 months with full explanations of
all questions . My biggest mistake was that, I give only single read of UW, better was to give it 2 rounds. I would
advise you all to give at least 2 rounds of UW . U world is essentially everything on the exam. It covers almost all
the concepts, fact and materials. You will ever need to famalarize yourself with.
Upto mid of july my study rhythm was regular, healthy and smart. Them suddenly my SISTER passed away, because
of this wrost condition I suffered from severe Depression. At this moment I harshly disappointed , optisim was at my
legs, so because of all these reasons my study rhythm was beatly fall down.
When I completed first round of UW upto 15 August then I took NBME 13 ; at 20 Aug AND I FAILED !!! Yes, I
failed tremendously, got only 150. It that moment I was broken down into segment, it was even worse than
Breakup ! During this exhausted moment I contacted Dr. Hamza Aftab, very polite, humble guy. He encouraged me
a lot and pushed me towards my targated goals.
SEP 2018 – 30, OCT 2018 :
I started once again First with UW notes . At this time I read 100 cases of ethics, khan cases of ethics, UW Biostatics
and taken 6 reads of pathoma , as per part of my university exam. I think that I get much advantage of it !.
NOV 1, 2018 – DEC, 19 2018 : ( time of my fourth year exam )
At 12 nov , my fourth year annual professional was started and I covered ENT in 3 DAYS, COMMUNITY
MEDICINE in 3 DAYS, and EYE in 5 DAYS. So till 19 Dec my exam finished.
DEC,19 2018 – EXAM DEADLINE ( 13 FEB 2019 ).
After finishing my 4th year exam at 19 dec then without any delay, I started my journey once again, just next day of
my university exam. I got up 6:00 am, had breakfast and reached library. There was no one in reading room, I
choose single corner table, opened my laptop, FA and got settled myself. Them I closed my eyes , had deep breaths,
started feelings my beats, recollected that last year`s moment when I had to allow my tears to mix with soil,
whispered my deepest sorrows to highest heavens and ROSE UP ONE MORE TIME TO LIVE AND MAKE MY
Once again I started FA with my own UW notes . I did not use anything besides this mentioned sources, and revised
my FA upto 9 jan, and took NBME 17 ; at 9 jan2019, and scored 215 , little cofident and was happy that you can.
After NBME 17 my strategy was to cover my weak areas in NBME. After covering my weak areaa like cvs, cns
psychatry, in NBME 17 , then I took another NBME 15 : at jan 25 got 230, YES ! , during this time I get myself
much confident , happy and optimistic. I covered my weak areas of NBME 15 ; then I took NBME 16 ; at 2 feb ; and
scored 234, After that I took UWSA 2 at 5 Feb and scored 239 , with this gradually positive improvement I felt
myself much happy. I took NBME 18 and scored 240 , with this motivated positive score, I get my wings and was
hopeful to achieve my target, and I booked date for real at 13 FEB 2019.
At the end of exam, I laughed at myself; Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh……..!!!!!! She broke up with me in just that 8
hours; and I was madly in love with her for more than 8 months.
Moral of the story :
The exam really was very much like what usmleworld it as. Exam has increased in difficulty overall, and timing did
become an issue for me especially in the first block were I had to resort to guessork towards the end but this more
attributable to my sleep problems rather than the exam itself. I will note write what topics where tested or what was
the distribution of subjects and I strictly advise you not to do that either. The repercussion include ban from taking
USMLE exam for a limited number of years! So do not disseminate exam information anywhere, even under the veil
of anonymity internet provides you!
Words of special thanks :
First of all, all thanks to God. Second to parents.
The journey started when Dr. Chandur Khetpal ( CMC, Lrk ) explained to me how getting started with step1 might
bring some good fortune. That happened at the end of my Third year. I thoughts this sounded too cool. That I got
started on it. Who knows I might not even have started if he didn’t tell me to? True word of inspiration. The first
person who stated the true words of guidance that was honest and sincere. The only senior at that time who
encouraged me to gear up for step1 and now I am happy to carry out that legacy.
Going through the preparation , I got in contact with another senior Dr. Hamza Aftab (KEMU, Lhr). He also
encouraged me to give it as soon as possible. His distribution was really important for me because he introduced the
NBME concepts to me and explained how it helpes in measuring up the candidate potential. He also gave me many
others tips about the exam (even the day before exam) for which I am very thankful. I would also like to carry that
legacy and guide the juniors just like that, in a positive and encouraging way, the same way he did to me.
Later I also got in contact with Dr. Abdul Rafay soomro ( CMC, Lrk ) and Dr Abad Khan (KMC, Pesh ) and some
friends from AIMC Lhr, which helped me carry over my preparation.
If you have any comments that you want added to this article, please write them in the comments below.
Here I am done with step 1 , Now it’s your turn to Light The Crowd. All the best for your preparation and scores. If
you find it helpful, please keep me in your prayers as yet I’m not done; I have to win the final race of my curriculum
in this October , 2019; In sha Allah.
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