Class notes: Save them for rotations or

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  1. thelonius

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    chunk?
    Already tossed the obviously superfluous garbage like medchem and the like. Do I really need to hang on to kinetics, pharmacology and therapeutics? It's alot of extra weight to move.
     
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    I dumped my kinetics notes but kept all of my therapeutics notes in big binders with the syllabus in the front of each binder so that I could look up a subject easily. Not that you will have time, but it's nice to be able to read through a section that your dealing with on rotation as a refresher.
     
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    Yep.

    You want to look up stuff in references, not school notes.
     
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    I actually used my kinetics notes for vanco/aminoglycoside dosing.
    When I had a therapeutics question, I just looked it up.
     

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