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Can anyone help me in (children development and genetics and dysmorphology) for step 2
Do u have any tips in how to memorize them easily?

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If you are reading in Kaplan notes, then read them twice and three times. They are difficult to memorize. But somebody told me that he has got no question about them in the exam.
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start doing questions and you'll find yourself remembering everything
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Can anyone help me in (children development and genetics and dysmorphology) for step 2
Do u have any tips in how to memorize them easily?

With all love
The fastest book to memorize is "Haikais in Pediatrics" if you are a visual learner. The entire pediatrics prep took me nearly 6 hrs to complete. It focuses on the very essential topics. It is easy to build on that.
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