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Old 06-15-2014
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Default Anatomy prep for the weak!

hi,
so I have been always really bad at anatomy, barely passed it in first proff. i want some advice how to study anatomy for step 1 and from what books, resources etc because kaplan isnt working for me. its just making me panic more. I am an IMG.
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First of all watch kaplan anatomy videos. After that read kaplan book . When you finish the book read FA anatomy. start dong some questions from uworld or whatever qbank you have. when you are done read kaplan anatomy book second time to solidify everything you ve learned. It is very time consuming but if you are weak in anatomy you should study very hard bc recent rumours show that anatomy is heavily tested in the exam and anatomy questions are pretty weird and hard.
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thankyou so much! i'l try your advice!
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I was always bad at anatomy too. Try watching videos on youtube from the anatomyzone channel, especially the ones for neuro and vascular systems. It gives you a more 3D orientation so it way more easier to learn from the text once you've got that orient.
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