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Default Need help learning/mastering Neuro & Mol Biochem.... exam on June 26, please positive/helpful/constructive comments only.... :)

Exam is on June 26 and my current NBME says, I suck at Neuroanatomy and Molecular biochemistry.

For Neuro: I have done HY neuro, kaplan neuro videos (2x) and read FA for Neuroanatomy. What did everyone else do to prepare for neuro?

For Mol Biochem: I have done kaplan videos. what else can I do to get better at it?

Need HELP from people who have RECENTLY TAKEN STEP 1 who can advise on sources for these two subjects. What do you feel was paramount in preparation or mastery of these topics?

Also, If you know of any specific Youtube videos or advice on these topics... please leave comments below.

Thank you so much! Good luck to all!
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For neuroanatomy, take a full day and read High Yield Neuroanatomy. I have a pdf if you need it. Also, after reading, do all the neuroanatomy questions on uworld and read the explanations in details.

As for molecular biochem, the best way is to repeat FA. No other great resources available. Might want to consider reading BRS biochem, but it is too detailed and tons of low yield stuff for the exam
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dear blueboy ..
can u plz mail me pdf of high yield neuroantaomy and also gross anat if u have it ... it would a lot helpful to me ...thank you ...my id is sriharsha.kolla.21@gmail.com
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Hey blueboy, I am too in need of High yield neuroanatomy pdf. can you pls send me in my email ID- aum.rish@gmail.com. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot.
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For neuroanatomy, take a full day and read High Yield Neuroanatomy. I have a pdf if you need it. Also, after reading, do all the neuroanatomy questions on uworld and read the explanations in details.

As for molecular biochem, the best way is to repeat FA. No other great resources available. Might want to consider reading BRS biochem, but it is too detailed and tons of low yield stuff for the exam
Can you please send me pdf(if its not 2008)
Khorreed@hotmail.com

Thank you very much!
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Anyone else out there with pearls of wisdom to share ??????

P.S. - thank you blueboy 3056!!!!!!
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