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I was just wondering If BRS anatomy is Sufficient for the Anatomy questions on Step 1? if I read BRS anatomy, do you guys think its enough? thanks

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BRS anatomy is not good. Read High Yield Gross Anatomy it's much better for USMLE.

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Guys!
Kaplan is enough for step 1 is it true?
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Kaplan is enough for step 1 is it true?
Yes, it's true. You don't need to read any other books except First Aid.
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I read BRS anatomy along with KLM during my anatomy course! It definitely was a good book but considering the weightage of the subject im not sure if its worth spendin that much time on it! Kaplan should definitely suffice for Gross anatomy!
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I read BRS anatomy along with KLM during my anatomy course! It definitely was a good book but considering the weightage of the subject im not sure if its worth spendin that much time on it! Kaplan should definitely suffice for Gross anatomy!
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thanks buddy
I would point the distribution of reviews in amazon.com. There is quite much differences in opinions so maybe I would reconsider. But anyway the gross anatomy is not so ephasized ...
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