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USMLE Books Which High Yield Series Must we read for the Step 1?

Which High Yield Series Must we read for the Step 1?

Molecular and Cell Bio?
Embryo?
Neuroanatomy?
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Molecular and Cell Bio & Neuroanatomy.

I personally read Molecular and cell bio and I loved it. I had a most recent edition, and didn't like that so much. Get the 1999 edition (1st).

IDK about neuroanatomy. I have it, flipped a few pages. Don't know yet.

I also have embryo, have not read it. From what I know, embry does not need so much so you can remove this from your batch. I sure will.

I'm also interested in reading what others post on this, so please let us know.
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Thank you so much for your help!!!
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Molecular and Cell Bio & Neuroanatomy.

I personally read Molecular and cell bio and I loved it. I had a most recent edition, and didn't like that so much. Get the 1999 edition (1st).

IDK about neuroanatomy. I have it, flipped a few pages. Don't know yet.

I also have embryo, have not read it. From what I know, embry does not need so much so you can remove this from your batch. I sure will.

I'm also interested in reading what others post on this, so please let us know.
I am agree with you . first read "Molecular and Cell Bio " then " Neuroanatomy" .
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Molecular and Cell Bio & Neuroanatomy.

I personally read Molecular and cell bio and I loved it. I had a most recent edition, and didn't like that so much. Get the 1999 edition (1st).

IDK about neuroanatomy. I have it, flipped a few pages. Don't know yet.

I also have embryo, have not read it. From what I know, embry does not need so much so you can remove this from your batch. I sure will.

I'm also interested in reading what others post on this, so please let us know.

are u sure about the 1999 ed?
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so, you sure of 1999 edition of mol biology right? i am going to get one then
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hey is high yield cell bio BETTER then the BRS Cell bio and histology?
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