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Kaplan Medical difference in kaplan histology notes

hey, every body
i've just started studying anatomy and began with the histology section
iam using kaplan lecture notes 2008-2009 version which in contrast to the 2010 version does not have a connective tissue @ bone histology
what shall i do?
have these sections & read them?
or forget about them?
or what?
any body please help
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Where did you get the 2010 Anatomy LN?
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Where did you get the 2010 Anatomy LN?
a friend of mine got them , we compared books & found this out
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a friend of mine got them , we compared books & found this out
Oh they are the official green ones? The should have an errata out by now..
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yep, they are the official green ones, but hello!!!!!!!!
'am still waiting for your answer, remember?
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yep, they are the official green ones,but hello!!!!!!!!
'am still waiting for your answer, remember?
haha, well most of us have been still using the other editions without all the unnecessary jazz, so I would say even the old ones are sufficient.

Besides, anatomy isn't really high yield.
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how much time & effort should i spend on it then since it is not that high yield?
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how much time & effort should spend on it then since it is not thwt high yield?
What i've been reading on these forumn's is that you should pay more attention to Neuroanatomy more than any other section.

Do q banks and you should know how good you are at anatomy.
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thanks for the insight
i have read in a chart in this forum that anatomy constitutes about 25% of the exam
what say you?
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