Okay...maybe I should know the answer to this question now since I'm in my P3 year, but I still don't! When lecturers start bringing up things from old modules like from P2 year, for example, cardio (I can't for the life of me remember what drug was recommended for what, I just generally know the class, and I can't remember off the top of my head like what statin I'd rather give for hyperlipidemia and why...and it seems like most of my classmates can)...it's really scaring me cause I feel I'll be lost on rotations. Is there anyway to study differently to retain material? I pretty much use the method of loci to study and it helps for exams but after it's not all that practical for me...hmmm so anybody have any recommendations? I just want to feel more competent. I'm always feeling lost. Maybe it's my approach, maybe it's a variety of things....I don't know. I was wondering if anybody could determine what I could be doing differently by the facts I've provided...and if there's any questions that I could answer that could help you help me please ask away. Thanks a ton!