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Discussion in 'Step I' started by Boriscoff13, Nov 6, 2001.

  1. Boriscoff13

    Boriscoff13 New Member

    Oct 29, 2001
    HELLO, i'm just about to start preparing for the step 1. I'd like any suggestions in wich books to buy and if it is worth to take kaplan video courses??, has enyone of you taken those video courses?...
    I'll provide you with a list of my books, i'd love your comments on that...thank you in advance.
    Lipp biochem.
    BRS physiology
    Lipp pharmacology
    Micro-inmuno L&J
    Behavioral science High yield
    Anatomy<<<ALL HIGH YIELD

    Any comments???

    Boriscoff13 :confused:
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  3. J.S. Legaspi

    J.S. Legaspi Junior Member 7+ Year Member

    Oct 2, 2001
    New York
    The one book I found you are missing is First Aid for Step 1. That is an essential in your studies. I have taken a Kaplan review course. It just helps you along and keeps you on track a bit. I also took advantage of their books which was a great resource for me. Also get a question source for practice. Kaplan has QBank $99/mo or $199 for 3 mo. It is well worth it. Or you can use BSS or NMS questions. Hope this helps
    By the way, all your books are good sources for studying. :) :D
  4. Boriscoff13

    Boriscoff13 New Member

    Oct 29, 2001
    thank You for replaying to my add.....Yes i do have First aid and i'm planning on buying other book of it's same kind( any suggestions on that, i was thinking Crancking up the boards step 1 princeton series, but i think the sistem based approach is not good for me) and also kaplan Q- book and will buy NMS and BSS and look for lippincott's....

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