darkmatter

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Is it a good idea to have USLME high-yield guides at the start of medical school? I was thinking of having one so that as I go through the courses in the first year I'd be able to keep track of the information that would most likely appear in the test... or is it biting more than one could chew?
 

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I've read over and over in the forums to at least get First Aid for the USMLE at the beginning of first year. Kind of good for highlighting the high yield facts as they "fly by" during first and second year. Also has recommendations in the back of this book for other review books. Check it out, but get the most recent version you can find.

Hope this helps...
 
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