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I am studying kaplan , currenty the histology part . its boring me to death. So many pages and so much detail. I have completed almoat half of this section and it has gotten all mixed up. I am thinking of skipping to some other section. What do u think is more important section?
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No doubt that Neuroanatomy is the most important section in terms of difficulty.
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And in terms of number of questions???
I am studying from kaplan but dont hav video lectures. Is it a bad idea to study without videos?
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In terms of the number ,, General Anatomy takes the hand.
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And in terms of number of questions???
I am studying from kaplan but dont hav video lectures. Is it a bad idea to study without videos?
All this terms and details you will need during the test. Better for you to learn it know than on test. First it will seem boring but you need to know that - I'm seriously. I made this mistake when I was reading neuroanatomy - believe me - I'm very sorry about that.
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Well, I was in the same position when I first looked at that anatomy book. I would say just go through it all the best you can now and then later when you do questions from Uworld you will fine tune it all. Or you can cross reference it back to FA and see if you want to skip a topic but It is all important.
Also, I think, you can do the Embryo, histo and neuro anatomy sections without those videos.
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