Does UW reference FA 2014 pages? Are they correct?

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  1. mybubbles627

    mybubbles627 ASA Member 5+ Year Member

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    I have been doing Kaplan questions and half the time when they reference the FA page its not relevant to the question. Is UW like this?
     
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    NeuroLAX Discere faciendo 2+ Year Member

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    Unfortunately, UWorld does not provide FA page references. Rx does.
     
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    mybubbles627 ASA Member 5+ Year Member

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    That sucks! How do people annotate FA then? Find the relevant information in the index then write it in? That sounds like it would take FOREVER!
     
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    Your goal should be to have FA down to the point where you know where to turn to find a topic. It gets faster.
     
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    Use the index.
     
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    NeuroLAX Discere faciendo 2+ Year Member

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    I haven't tried it, but maybe having an electronic copy of FA could help initially until you become intimately acquainted with FA.
     
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    Truth. Its funny how familiar you get with one stupid book after 6 months of studying. Meanwhile, I can't tell you anything that has gone on in the world since Thanksgiving (minus TMZ).
     
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    I used an electronic copy of FA to find stuff and then annotate into my hardcopy.
     
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    Ionian 2+ Year Member

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    This.

    It's so much faster to find words, or cross-reference a side effect or w/e throughout the book using the pdf version.

    Where did they get the pdf originally though? The one I have is digital, not scanned pages.
     
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    You should read FA cover to cover (the content, not actually cover to cover) at least 1x before doing any q-banks. Add tabs for each section and you'll know and quickly find everything.
     
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    Exactly what I do. Saves so much time.
     

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