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Question Some Pathoma Chapters

I want to ask a question that can i do following chapters from pathoma and rest from goljan..
Nervous system
skin disorders
musculoskeltal
female reproductive system
male reproductive system

actually i want to save my time so i will do these chaps from pathoma WITHOUT VIDEOS.
I think pathoma is enough for these chaps.need ur suggestions..
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pathoma is useless without videos
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Anyone who wants to write usmle but does not have enough time for pathology may as well consider not writing at all. My best friend I just want to let u know that pathology at least takes 40-50% of the exams. So spend time on it. Get time for pathoma vedios and notes if u can't do Goljan for gods sake!
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Thankyou nassero..i have 5 mnths left .so i was thinking that i will revise and revise and will do all qbanks instead of wasting my tym on these chapters :-P
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