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Hi,
I need help plz
Can any one tell me how to do anatomy?

I heard first aid is not enough for anatomy. I also tried to do questions in u world, some questions were like nerve relations with the muscles etc which is not in detail in Kaplan Lecture Notes
I read Kaplan once months back which I forgot now , now want to revise my stuff, what's the better way to go for anatomy for revision which is enough for exam?
plz plz:sorry: help because every time I open a book I don't know how to start and I'm wasting my days...
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The best thing to do, in general, is to revise the book you did in your first read!
BUT in this case, if you say you don't feel safe with Kaplan Anatomy + FA, then you should read a quick review book such as High-Yield Gross Anatomy or the BRS one... (actually i recommend you do this...)
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thanks for the reply ...i dnt have both books which u recommended...in how much depth u have to read for anatomy?
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Check them out in amazon, or your local book store.

Generally speaking, gross anatomy is low yield for step 1. But as you 've seen in qbanks there are several tricky q about anatomy and specifically innervation and stuff...
And in step 1 you don't wanna miss anatomy qs. It's a pitty. Don't you think?
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thanks i will look for tht...ya dntwant to miss anatomy questions ..why low yield 15% of questions come frm anatomy as i waz looking on the tags below...dntknw..
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I don't mean like histology... but for sure not so frequently tested as patho or pharma...
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