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Just passed my PANRE :))) selling a lot of review material :

 

Kaplan questions book (2011 version ..ISBN 978-1-4195-5052-5)

3 day conference CME resources binder with two tests and explanations : from January 2012

Stony brook PANRE/ PANCE review course binder : from 2011

Drexel university PANCE/PANRE review binder : from 2010

 

I have spent well over a thousand dollars on all this ... To me it was all worth it :) passed in the top ten percentile !!

 

Make me an offer :))

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Sorry for the late reply ... No more materials left .... CME resources was a great course ... I would still suggest to do a thorough review for cardio and pulmonary prior to review course ... Hope that helps

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