it is too much for me too. so im skipping the first few chapters of cell biology n pathology. just skip right ahead to the core pathology problems if u don't have time. goljan audio is very useful though. doesnt seem like a lot. perhaps that is ok too. it all depends on individual again. if after doing goljan audio u find ur nbme n UW scores as fair as u expect, then u're ok. if not, then perhaps u need goljan rapid review.goljan is too much for me...cant it be possible if i do goljan audio and kaplan
Do you mean these notes available here http://www.usmle-forums.com/usmle-step-1-forum/2111-goljan-audio-notes.htmlthere are also some 36 page HY and 100 page HY of Goljan circulating around, I haven't seen them as yet, but doesn't hurt to skim over them to see if they'll be helpful to you!
Do you mean these notes available here http://www.usmle-forums.com/usmle-step-1-forum/2111-goljan-audio-notes.html
No those are the typed audio....his HY notes are another set of 100 pgs or RR absolute HY for USMLE step 1 which is about 36 pgs i believe....you should ask around i'm pretty sure someone has them!Do you mean these notes available here http://www.usmle-forums.com/usmle-step-1-forum/2111-goljan-audio-notes.html
2 questions, are they FMGs (if not then they don't count cuz they have the US self preservation LAW working for them)? if so how many of them have top notch residencies (usually reserved for FMGs with 99s)?I don't know anybody who read Goljan out of all my 20+ friends
They all got 90+ by the way
As long as you remember the concepts you shouldn't be worried about memorizing texts. Nobody (normal people) can do that.How much of Rapid Review should I be retaining? I understand and can recall everything that Dr. Goljan mentions in his lectures but once I go back to quiz myself from the text I feel like I can't remember much Any suggestions?