any mcq's besides pretest for neuro?

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  1. Yogi Bear

    Yogi Bear 2K Member
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    are there any mcq for neuro besides pretest that's at the level of 3rd year students? any good books in general? how's neuro recall?
     
  2. opus03

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    Well it's not completely mcq's but I liked the Blueprints Clinical Cases in Neurology. I just used a few of them but wish I had done more....that along with pretest, blueprints (which I didn't like), and a quick review of High Yield Neuroanatomy and the shelf didn't really seem so bad. Just took it yesterday though so who really knows? Good luck. :)
     
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    Not quite what you're asking, but the best pocketbook I've found for Neuro is The Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of Neurology by Alice W. Flaherty (ISBN 068330576X).

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/068330576X/

    This will make you look like an intern (at least) on the wards.
     
  4. bulldog

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    whats the best way to study from the 250-pager blueprints? i've glanced at first 40 pages and found that i can't retain most of the details...it's not like outline format/surg recall where it's easier to hone in on key concepts.
     

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