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problem-based learning

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by moonbeam, Jun 16, 2001.

  1. moonbeam

    moonbeam Junior Member

    May 2, 2001
    Hi! I'm a first year medical student in a university which practices the problem-based learning curriculum. Any tips on how I could survive this innovative curriculum with flying colors? Thanks! I'm also interested in tips on early preparation for getting into a US residency program. I'm from an Asian university, by the way, but I do have a green card.
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  3. ckent

    ckent Banned Banned

    Jul 31, 2000
    problem based learning is used different at different US medical schools so I am sure that it is different at your university. I would just suggest that you not go into PBL with high expectations of actually learning the material there and instead focus on practicing making good presentions there while learning the material from books on your own.
  4. supertherapiss

    supertherapiss Junior Member 7+ Year Member

    May 28, 2001
    chicago suburbs
    i've been looking at PBL schools. keep us posted on how that type of program works for you. i learn better that way. but i believe each school has it's own way of teaching PBL.
  5. Fanconi

    Fanconi Senior Member 7+ Year Member

    May 29, 2001
    My school is a PBL school. It's really no big deal. Just carry your Harrison's pocket reference and the Washington Manual with you to the sessions and you will be fine.
  6. jue

    jue Junior Member 7+ Year Member

    Dec 23, 2001
    hi moonbeam are you studying at uerm?

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