Gross Anatomy, Biochem/Mol Bio distribution

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joeG

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I'm sure its been posted before, but...

any comments on the quantity of g.anat compared to neuro anat---and biochem?

all opinions welcomed

thanks,
joe
 

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The review books I have been reading have been saying biochem>neuroanat>anatomy. Most books list anatomy as a "low yield" subject to study.
 

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i've heard the same...

A friend just told me that she had only 3 pure anatomy questions on her exam and about 5 radiographs. She approximated her biochem at about 10%, whereas Path was around 50%.
 

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•••quote:•••Originally posted by joeG:
•i've heard the same...

A friend just told me that she had only 3 pure anatomy questions on her exam and about 5 radiographs. She approximated her biochem at about 10%, whereas Path was around 50%.•••••10% BIOCHEM!!! That's 35 questions!!! I'm screwed...I definitely don't know 35 questions worth of biochem.

I know a guy that had a ton of histology on his test. Guess what the last book he looked at was...a histo atlas...lucky bastard.
 
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