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Board books used for class exams?

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by BacteriaER, Apr 8, 2002.

  1. BacteriaER

    BacteriaER Member 7+ Year Member

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    Hi-
    During the first 2 years of med school, should I buy the subject Board review books and use it to review for both my class exams (to know where to concentrate) and the Board preparation? If so, which books do you recommend? Any advice is appreciated.

    Thanks a lot.

    B
     
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  3. Fah-Q

    Fah-Q Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    Absolutely.

    Must Have's: First Aid for Step 1, BRS Physiology, BRS Pathology, Clinical Micro Made Ridiculously Simple

    Should Get's: High Yield Neuroanatomy, High Yield Embryology, BRS Biochemistry (or Lippincott)

    Nice to Have's: Lippincott Pharmacology, any other BRS or High Yield book

    Don't Need's: any huge textbook like Robbins Pathology, Moore's Anatomy, etc. (just use your library's edition for those very few times you need them)
     

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