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I recently purchased Rustoleum Restore for a 10x10 backyard deck and noticed a few bad reviews on amazon. The product sells in different sizes (and a kit) so you can see more positive reviews for other variations. I thought I'd give my feedback and try to raise the rating a bit.
This is a real cool set of stickers and awesome to go with the matching book that you are able to put the stickers in to make your whole collection. This comes with 10 sealed packs that you are able to open to see what cards you are going to end up getting in your pack. Each pack has 7 glossy stickers which is nice and it is a lot of fun. You will get some duplicates but can be saved for extras. I received this product to share my honest thoughts and opinions about it.
to be honest. when I started taking this product I noticed much more shedding and thinning of the hair on my scalp than before using the product. Oddly enough 180% from my expectations I feel as though my hair has thickened since I ceased using this product.
I loved all the fantasy club books. When I finished one I could not wait for the next installment. Very well written, entertaining, and just plain wonderful. Thank you Anya.
My approach to Step 1 is to focus on practice questions and minimize the number of resources. Too many books will use up valuable time and cause frustration since you will not be able to get through every review book. Purchase all the necessary resources prior to your dedicated study time. Save the Uworld questions for your dedicated study time. If you want to do practice questions during second year, use another Qbank like USMLE Rx. Also, don't add class notes into First Aid. Much of what you learn is clinical and not relevant for Step 1. Next, figure out how much time you'll need to study. I recommend 5 weeks - shorter and you may feel rushed, longer and you will burn out. This will also leave you vacation time after the exam to relax before third year. Make a schedule and attempt to follow it. Get through First Aid three times and complete all of USMLE world and you will be set.