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which subect to be more concentrated for a higher score?
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am not sounding sarcastic but ALL SUBJECTS. I have seen people on this forum with different experience concerning subjects. some go in and don't get any thing biochem, anatomy etc or like 2-3 questions for a particular subject. Others got mostly anatomy which most of the test takers say is mostly low yield. Don't take chances here. The human mind naturally want to dodge certain stuff but conciously train it to study the course outline if u plan to ace the test.
I must say that pathology/ pathophysiology is highly tested and that happens for all test takers. Come to think about it; we are going to heal the sick not the healthy bodies. Good luck guys!
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Thanks Sabio but I think this may not be representative now since it was put together as far as early 2009( I mean the pie chart etc in the link).
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