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hi, hw much contribution of quesf Anatomy subject, biochem n genetics in step1 exam?? secondly , anatomy from Kaplan notes is sufficient?? or shud i cover anatomy from high yeild or clinical snell?
n wat about biochem+genetics, kapaln notes is enough for these subject??
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The 1st qu is answered be4 in the forum
kaplan anatomy is good but for neuro anatomy u can do HY
For bio and genetics kaplan is more than enough
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hi, hw much contribution of quesf Anatomy subject, biochem n genetics in step1 exam?? secondly , anatomy from kaplan notes is sufficient?? or shud i cover anatomy from high yeild or clinical snell?
n wat about biochem+genetics, kapaln notes is enough for these subject??
Look here: USMLE Step 1 Questions Distribution

I used Kaplan notes for all subjects and they were more than enough; just some defects covered by FA and Qbanks.
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Anatomy is gaining ground lately...neuro is really imp.It is not so much about info in anatomy,images(CT's,gross-like brain stem,even sections)are far more imp.so yep,i concur,DO High Yield neuro.
Genetics...do tons of questions and calculations(ie Hardy Weinberg),exam seemed to be packed with these.
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