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Hi everyone..just need some advise regarding the use of Lippincott micro cards for step 1 prep..how helpful r they?? N is it worth purchasing them? Or if anybody has them in PDF, plz share the link..thx
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i am also curious ... i have read from kaplan and i dont want to waste time in making cards. If any one has a review on it that would be cool.
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i read the whole pack in two days while even studying something else.
micro is a nightmare for me,so the cards helped.
I bought the hard copy.i also annotate on them for easy review.
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i read the whole pack in two days while even studying something else.
micro is a nightmare for me,so the cards helped.
I bought the hard copy.i also annotate on them for easy review.
Thx for sharing ur views..i find the clinical aspects of bugs ok to remember but their lab characteristics r easily forgettable..
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i think these are most helpful if you already used them in microbiology before. It might not be the best if you will be seeing them for the first time a couple weeks before your exam
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You Guys these cards saved my ass for the final revision.... Clinical example plus pathology, mechanism, diagnosis, treatments plus extra notes.. So much zipped knowledge... The only thing missing is some general microbiology.... But as a matter of organisms... Is more than enough...
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i read the whole pack in two days while even studying something else.
micro is a nightmare for me,so the cards helped.
I bought the hard copy.i also annotate on them for easy review.
thanks for the insight
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