SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Yeah, Get comfortable with using books to study. I don't know if you're a first or second year, but the days of relying on what the professor says in class are gone for me. I had to force myself to move away from that and study via books...tough learning experience. I'd also like to add Clinical Neuro Made Simple... and Fundamental Neuroscience. Read Clinical made simple beforehand and then use the fundamental neuroscience with the notes in class. The nice part was my prof was pretty much an expert on this subject. The bad part was the prof was an expert on the subject... and would just go off tangent or just get really worked up on the tracts. We'd be on one slide showing the cerebellospinal tract and she'd talk about the entire thing using that slide and not miss anything. And then we'd realize the next 5 slides say just that. She just really loves it.