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USMLE Books High Yield Cell and Molecular Biology

Hey guys can you plz all tell whats the popular opinion on doing High Yield Cell and Molecular Biology ? The books has so much info on different genes and all..cant do it all.
If one has to selected chapters from that book than what would those be?
Plz help and reply.
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What you should do is determine what is being tested on the exam by going through USMLE World and First Aid. From here, whatever is frequently talked about would be information you want to read up on from this book you have mentioned. There will be plenty of cell and molecular information tested on your exam, so be sure to master this stuff! It is definitely high-yield info you must know.

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Hey guys can you plz all tell whats the popular opinion on doing High Yield Cell and Molecular Biology ? The books has so much info on different genes and all..cant do it all.
If one has to selected chapters from that book than what would those be?
Plz help and reply.
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