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Question how to make use of PATHOMA

i am planning to subcribe pathoma for my review study , could someone tell me , how to make use of pathoma in my study ?? how long it takes to finish ? is using the video is a must ??
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I think pathoma is pathoma becos of the vedios. It's excellent so use the vedios too it helps to understand the notes better. I would suggest u use vedios first then notes to get double dose. U could use 1-2 weeks to finish depending on ur study duratn per day.
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Of course using the videos is a must!!

What I did when i took the course, is do a chapter a day.....so this will take you around 3 weeks to finish it....I highly suggest you do it this way as everything will get engrained into your brain, it worked for me.....the videos are a must because his notes are MONEY. Dr. Sattar is the man, never knew pathology could be so easy after taking pathoma.
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Of course using the videos is a must!!

What I did when i took the course, is do a chapter a day.....so this will take you around 3 weeks to finish it....I highly suggest you do it this way as everything will get engrained into your brain, it worked for me.....the videos are a must because his notes are MONEY. Dr. Sattar is the man, never knew pathology could be so easy after taking pathoma.
Dear doctor , ur replied is very helpful. I do have one more question , did you read the notes before watching the video , or you use both at the same time ?
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Dear doctor , ur replied is very helpful. I do have one more question , did you read the notes before watching the video , or you use both at the same time ?
I did both at the same time...it's up to you, whichever works best for u...good luck
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Of course using the videos is a must!!

What I did when i took the course, is do a chapter a day.....so this will take you around 3 weeks to finish it....I highly suggest you do it this way as everything will get engrained into your brain, it worked for me.....the videos are a must because his notes are MONEY. Dr. Sattar is the man, never knew pathology could be so easy after taking pathoma.
Thanks for your advice.
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As I've seen Pathoma must be kept as a resource.
so must add in notes and others into the book.
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