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Any comprehensive systems based books out there?

Discussion in 'Step I' started by docmd2010, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. docmd2010

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    Just finishing first year in a couple weeks here, and i wanna review this summer everything we did in the first year. Do you guys know any very comprehensive Board Review books that are systems based? I'd Appreciate your help!
     
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  3. KNightInBlue

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    kaplan has a systems based book series. Go to www.kaptest.com to check them out
     
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    Are they any good?

    Any difference btw these and the Kaplan Lecture Notes?
     
  5. KNightInBlue

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    no idea, best way to know, go into a kaplan center and check them out

    I would guess that the organ systems books are more 'complete' than the lecture notes because the lecture notes have a preface that says they are only an outline that have to supplemented with material from the live classes/videotapes and not a complete review book set


    Knight
     
  6. emlopez2

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    Ive been using Step-UP to USMLE Step I 3rd ed. for awhile now. It seems to run well with my systems based medschool. Just got FA. Its not bad for filling in the extra things Step-UP missed.
     
  7. markhh10

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    The problem with the kaplan books is that they are 500$ which is a bit steep on an unsure thing....
     

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