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Anatomy Is KLN and FA enough for Anatomy!

Hey,
I am wondering if reading Kaplan notes plus FA are enough for anatomy or I have to watch the videos too
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i think theres a very simple answer. Can you do questions? If you can get questions right, no need to waste time and just move on to the next subject, if not go through videos.
Although I would still prefer videos as there are pictographic questions, which will be easier to solve if you have seen the pics. but, it all depends on personal ability.

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Its better if you could watch the videos. Just watch it once, otherwise you might get confused when reading FA.Hope this helps.
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Thanks doctors I will resume watching videos
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