So, you booked your USMLE exam, and you have your resources that everyone has told you are the best: a book that covers the information and a Qbank that is just like the test with high-yield explanations. As you start reading the book, you realize there is a ton of stuff you don’t know, and you work your way through it, in order to remember as much as you can. When doing the Qbank, every so often you hit a question that makes no sense, frustratingly slowing your pace to a halt until you finally get it.
You look at the calendar and think “Where did the time go? I have so much more to do still.”