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Old 09-04-2014
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Default In which oder should I learn subjects ?

i wanna start my preparation for usmle step1 . but i don't know what to start . i have 0 knowledges of this subjects/don't remember them . and if i look pharm, so i can not understand it , because I don't know biochem, physio . so in which sequence should I study to understand each next subject ?

P.S. and which one is more important for pharm - biochem or physiolog ? i think other subjects are not necessary for pharm learning , only this two . and which one of them is the most important to understand pharm ? thanks
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Its always better to start with Biochem then physiology . Follow it up with anatomy . Then do Micro-immuno, Patho , Pharmac and finally Behavioral in that order . Also do the question banks after finishing each subject if u can . If you want to study Pharmac , u need to have a decent knowledge of both physiology and biochem(equally important) . Antimicrobial drugs in pharmac is easier if u do it after reading micro . A few drugs in the CNS section of pharm are also discussed in the behavioral sciences book in kaplan . try reading both together . it will save you some time .

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I've read in a post from an exam experience, this order(for Kaplan lecture notes):
1. Anatomy
2. Physiology
3. Biochemistry
4. INMUNOLOGY/Microbiology
5. Pharmacology.
6. Pathology
7. Behavioral sciences
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Default Its your preference

Start with the easy subjects, make your way to the hardest subjects at the last.
Every1 has their own priorities and preferences. Its your choice.
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