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pathology and pharmacology study guides and advice

Discussion in 'Dental' started by curlykid, Jun 14, 2008.

  1. curlykid

    curlykid Member
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    do you have any suggestions for pathology and pharmacology studies guides? any useful resources? any suggestions on how to survive those classes? (particularly path)
     
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  3. beannaithe

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    Stay on top of the material and make sure you stay current. I looked up a lot of pictures on the internet while I was studying. Wikipedia helps like none other.

    I also really, really liked the Board Review Series for Pathology. It's a USMLE review book and totally worth it. I'd read it while I was learning that particular subject in class and it helped resoldify the information.

    I also bought the BRS for Pharm, but didn't get to use it a whole lot because of really limited time that semester. Hope that helps. :)
     
  4. 2quik

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    I'm currently using Rapid Review for pathology, pretty good book that goes into some detail. It's in outline form and easy to read through quickly.

    However, I shouldve just bought the first aid NBDE part 1 book (which im also using). Even less detail, probably the more relevant stuff for our boards thats why, yet very effective and easy to read. I'd recommend this book + your notes, you cant go wrong.
     
  5. curlykid

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    any other advice?
     

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