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Histology shelf exam

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by nabeya, Apr 10, 2004.

  1. nabeya

    nabeya Senior Member
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    What's the best way to study for the Histo shelf exam (NBME)? I'm currently using Histo and Cell bio BRS and class notes. I found that Histology Pre Test was way too difficult and made me to frustrated to continue. Will the BRS book prepare me enough to take the exam if I know everything in there?
     
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  3. omarsaleh66

    omarsaleh66 Senior Member
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    I passively reviewed the BRS review book and i got an 86. U need to know all the tables and charts cuz they will test u on the details. Make sure u know where spectrin binds. Also make sure u know ur renal slides, they tested heavily on the renal cells, what they look like and what their functions are.

    Make sure u go to the NBME website. They have like 5 sample questions and they all appeared on my test!

    gluck

    Omar
     
  4. Tech

    Tech Junior Member
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    The Histo miniboard will be the easiest one you probably take. Just read the BRS. It is so elementary.
     

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