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I have started the anatomy about a day ago , since i am bad at it I will consult a few books like high yield reviews apart from the kaplan book , It is a reminder for me coz i want to start with another subject as soon as i get done with this one , I have searched on this site fo m just skimming the main review book , I have no idea how people do it in few days , i too want to get done with this , and yessss ! most important facebook is a complete waste of time , Its like a refrigerator in which u always aland up to munch , and i want to get rid of this habit too Well anyways good day !!!
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And i wonder why was the Rome not built in a day ! it quite of a business to sit down and study ! really something only highly trained individuals can do ! and abve all my shopping spree today ! left me in happiness

and back to the drilling process ! and there was a blog i consulted yesterday it said Do not think of starting think of ending ! so now people i think of ending the review book of Snell . wish me luck !
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And i wonder why was the Rome not built in a day ! it quite of a business to sit down and study ! really something only highly trained individuals can do ! and abve all my shopping spree today ! left me in happiness

and back to the drilling process ! and there was a blog i consulted yesterday it said Do not think of starting think of ending ! so now people i think of ending the review book of Snell . wish me luck !
It's better to stick to one book unless u have all the time under the sun. Even that u would get confused or can't remember anything in particular and revision becomes hell. Well reading snell anatomy isn't a great idea for step 1 requirement. Kaplan is more than enough the only thing u MAY want to add is high yield neuroanatomy and that is it. Good luck. No matter how weak you are usually Kaplan does a good job.
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well i think u r right ! i was looking at all the questions and the anatomy that the usmle hits is the high yield points alone . and that makes ur point to much clear !
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It's better to stick to one book unless u have all the time under the sun. Even that u would get confused or can't remember anything in particular and revision becomes hell. Well reading snell anatomy isn't a great idea for step 1 requirement. Kaplan is more than enough the only thing u MAY want to add is high yield neuroanatomy and that is it. Good luck. No matter how weak you are usually Kaplan does a good job.
What about Netter's Anatomy flashcards
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What about Netter's Anatomy flashcards
There is nothing wrong with having a mental picture of the various parts of the body and their relations. Have not used Netter's anatomy flash cards but if it does have pictures like the Netter's atlas then this Is a grt combo as well.
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