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Old 10-24-2011
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Question What is High Yield in microbiology

hey guys
just a quick question
do we need to do whole kaplan microbiology ...i mean there are few chaps in kaplan in the end ...microbial genetic..drug resistance ,clinical infectious diseases and comparative microbiology ...they see too elaborated to me ,,,,as i am doing FA too .....do i really have to do that from kaplan or FA is enough????//
i have done all bacteria,viruses,parasites and fungi from kaplan(alog with FA) though


Thanks ..any input would be appreciated
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good question
I also have the same query!!
so I will activate this thread
what are the high yield topics in microb?
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I took a Kaplan live review course recently and we did not cover those last two sections dealing with clinical infectious diseases and comparative microbiology. I think it's safe to assume that it's not all that important. However, we did cover microbial genetics and drug resistance, but I think this material is lower yield as well.
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Thanks dextro...it really helps
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