nueroanatomy

Discussion in 'Step I' started by blankaflour, Jul 7, 2006.

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  1. blankaflour

    blankaflour Member 2+ Year Member

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    is nueroanatomy high yield for the boards?
     
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    DMBmatty08 Member 7+ Year Member

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    No, but neuroanatomy is. :laugh:
     
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    surrender903 Gold Donor 10+ Year Member

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  5. god I hope not
     
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    RustNeverSleeps Walker, Texas Ranger 5+ Year Member

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    Whoa -- next time, try to combine several questions into one post instead of starting a dozen threads. :)

    As to the smaller subjects like neuroanatomy, whether they are high yield or not depends on your exam, because the subject composition varies from exam to exam. So you have to approach these topics strategically, spending enough time so that you know them reasonably well, but not spending too much time so that more tested subjects such as path and pharm suffer. I definitely had a good number of questions on neuroanatomy, and it's probably a good topic to know.
     
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    Yes, it is.
     

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