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Downloadable Basic Sciences

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by alphaholic06, Apr 28, 2004.

  1. alphaholic06

    alphaholic06 Doctor, Who? Me?
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    Does anyone know of any programs where you can download basic science info to your hard drive? Also does anyone know of any study aid programs that I can put that info in to help me study (ie make flashcards, quizzes etc.?)
     
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  3. LukeWhite

    LukeWhite USC Pulm/CCM 2014
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    alpha,

    here's a thread in which I've posted a variety of ana/hist links:
    http://forums.studentdoctor.net/showthread.php?t=118642

    I think you'll probably find that the most valuable computer-based resources will be web-based, and they require some digging to find. There are a lot of really good computer programs out there, I gather, but they're VERY expensive and will probably be restricted to the computer lab at your library.

    For my part, my grade/study ratio went up a lot when I started using websites for ana/hist. You might also find the online Merck manual handy--it's less basic than clinical science, but great for those PBL sessions.
     

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