P.T. (New York)

“I just wanted to say thank you again for giving me the tools I needed to pass Step 1. I'd be lying if I said I didn't have my doubts in the beginning but talking to some former students really helped make me more comfortable. Especially talking to one guy in particular who was able to compare and contrast with another review course we had both taken previously. Then after the first week of class I really started to believe that it was possible. The fact that I was able to understand and work through Neuro after 1 week was what gave me the confidence that this would really be worth the time as long as I put forth the effort required. I am a little sad I didn't get the highest score in the land, but either way I am happy with my performance and very appreciative of what you taught us. Your course notes is PHENOMENAL!!!”


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