Yup, I agree. Make your own chart, the process of making your own chart is very useful in helping you memorize those biochemical pathways. On a side note, a fellow was telling me how in when he was studying for step I, he made a huge biochem chart detailing every step of glycolysis, gluconeogensis, the TCA, and all of the rest of the interconnected cycles to study for step I and he advised us all to do the same. I'm glad that I didn't listen to him though, because all you really need to know for step I in biochem is really covered in First Aid. Glycolysis and many of the biochem pathways that you have to memorize for class are not detailed in first aid because they aren't important for step I. I think that step I has gotten a lot more clinically based in recent years (ie the past 5 yrs).doc05 said:you're better off making your own poster. the process will help you remember
debvz said:I ran across this website while studying for Step 1. From these links, you can also access a page where they'll send you a free wall copy of the chart.
Hope this helps.