dgroulx

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Memorize every pathway and enzyme for biochemistry. Know what inhibits each pathway. You can find this in any biochem textbook. You don't need to know the structures.

Review human physiology for the pulmonary, cardiovascular, autonomic nervous system and renal systems. Learn the G-protein coupled receptors.

Try to find a first year student in Orlando and get copies of old exams. You can PM Sea Otter. I don't know how often he checks for messages, but it's worth a try.
 

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Originally posted by dgroulx
Memorize every pathway and enzyme for biochemistry. Know what inhibits each pathway. You can find this in any biochem textbook. You don't need to know the structures.

Review human physiology for the pulmonary, cardiovascular, autonomic nervous system and renal systems. Learn the G-protein coupled receptors.

Try to find a first year student in Orlando and get copies of old exams. You can PM Sea Otter. I don't know how often he checks for messages, but it's worth a try.
Poor guy...You just robbed him of his summer! lol
 

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Originally posted by dgroulx
Memorize every pathway and enzyme for biochemistry. Know what inhibits each pathway. You can find this in any biochem textbook. You don't need to know the structures.

That sucks we had to know the structures.
 

dgroulx

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I had to know the structures and draw them on exams when I took it for my undergrad degree. I think for pharmacy school, they figure that it is just a waste of time. We only have to learn structures for drugs.