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Old 11-29-2013
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Goljan Dementia too detailed in Goljan!

I was reading Dementia in Goljan , which i found it very difficult so i went to check Kaplan's Patho and i found it much easier ... beside many of my IMG friends never read Goljan , they just went with kaplan and went fine ...
My question : Are these extra notes in Goljan like Secretase enzymes , GSK and it's Wnt regulation (regarding dementia which r not mentioned in Kaplan , even in its Biochem !! ) came in the exam ???
And if anyone reads Pathoma ..Do such details exist in that book , regarding dementia ?
I want to nkow what the hell this exam wants exactly ... my mind gonna blow out !
I really need to know that bcuz there r a lot of such tough informations
Thank you very much
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This exam is all about highyields. Mostly in the exam as far as I've heard the most high yield concepts are tested but always in a different manner. Only reason i stress on doing pathoma over goljan is that Goljan is packed with a lot of low yield topics which we are never going to see in the exam. Other then that its a great book though. Kaplan is never recommended for pathology because its really not the best source to use for it
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