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Neuro Neuroanatomy, just how in depth to go?

Ok so my exam is in 2 weeks and im currently doing my final first aid review, on neurology at the moment. First aid doesnt go into half as much detail on neuroanatomy as kaplan does, and most of the detailed neuroanatomy i read in high yeild/ kaplan has COMPLETELY evaporated from my just wondering if anyone has any experience of just how in-depth they go on the particular im on the cerebellum and wondering how much time i should be spending learning all the various tracts to the level of detail in kaplan given that FA dedicates a meager paragraph to the entire cerebellum? Any thoughts would be appreciated, thanks!
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if its anything like the NBME, then we may not have to be worried as much. Hey my exam is in two weeks as well; i did a big review of Neuro a couple of weeks back in Kaplan, and yeah i have sadly forgotten a lot of it already . Even U world doesnt get that in depth with neuro. Truth is, each exam is different, so we really cant say whats what. I guess knowing Kaplan is more than enough and it will probably be more simple than that.
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