Oct 17, 2019
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Hi.

I will be starting medical school this year, and I was wondering if anyone has any tips, advice, books/youtubers, ways to study, etc. to help me with first year.

We were assigned Gray's Anatomy chapter 1, to have read and completed before school starts, and it has been pretty hard for me to get through the nervous system + all the bones and joints. So, if you have advice for that specifically, please let me know.

I'm excited to start, but I know it will be a lot of hard work! And, I would appreciate any advice :)
 
Jun 24, 2019
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It'll make time for you to sift through what's high yield and what's not. For example, insertions and origins are something I booted and got away with... except for maybe 1-2 that the professor emphasizes or something. Also, get like a pdf for greys anatomy and start making image occlusion anki cards, saves time.
 
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Oct 17, 2019
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Pre-Medical
It'll make time for you to sift through what's high yield and what's not. For example, insertions and origins are something I booted and got away with... except for maybe 1-2 that the professor emphasizes or something. Also, get like a pdf for greys anatomy and start making image occlusion anki cards, saves time.
I never used flashcards before, and thought maybe doing Anki (something new) might be beneficial for medical school.
 
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One of the challenges in your first 8 weeks or so (hopefully it won't take that long) at LECOM will be finding out which study method works best for you. Everyone has to kind of figure that out for themselves. If you're at Erie, you'll want to spend as much time with the anatomy Clinical Supplement as possible and do all the Grey's practice questions they tell you to do.
Best of luck to you.
 
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