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Biochem at CCOM or in other medschools in generel

Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by realruby2000, Apr 23, 2002.

  1. realruby2000

    realruby2000 Senior Member
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    Hey guys,

    Im in undergrad right now... and takin a biochem class and i wanted to kknoow how it compares to the first 2 quarters of biochem in medschool...

    we covered glycolosis, krebs cycle, ETC, gluconeogenisis, PPP, Glycogen Degradation, lipid catabolism, amino acid catabolism, urea cycle, and stuff on DNA replication/transcription/translation..... and mabey some other stuff i cant really remember

    some one told me all this will get me through the first exam at CCOM.... is that true?
     
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  3. realruby2000

    realruby2000 Senior Member
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    jdaasbo Senior Member
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    That sounds about right.
     
  5. realruby2000

    realruby2000 Senior Member
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    r u serious?? thats almost a semester's worth of biochem in undergrad!!! how can you cram all that in one exam...and survive?? ok now im freaking out... <img border="0" title="" alt="[Eek!]" src="eek.gif" />
     
  6. Dagny

    Dagny PGY-1
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    No reason to freak out. You will be at an advantage next year because you have learned the material before.

    We do not go into the cycles in as much detail as you did. That's how it goes by so fast. Big picture, main concepts, key regulating points are emphasized, not structures and exact steps of the cycles.
     

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