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schedule for step 1 ???

Discussion in 'Step I' started by daact, Dec 18, 2005.

  1. daact

    daact Member
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    Is there a general outlline or format of studying I should follow for the step 1

    Thanks
     
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  3. PowderHound

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    Here is my plan (for what it's worth):

    Christmas Break: no studying allowed!

    January and February:
    *Focus on my strengthening my weaknesses (for me, anatomy, renal physiology, and immunology).
    *get through 2 chapters per week in each Lippincott's Pharmacology and Lange Medical Microbiology

    March-May:
    *Keep doing Lippincott's Pharmacology and Lange Med Micro
    *Do a systems-based review of what we've covered in medical school...start with the anatomy (gross and cellular), understand the physiology, know the disease processes of that system and how you treat them. First Aid will be my Bible for this.

    May: some crazy schedule that I'll set for myself when the time gets closer.

    June 9: test day!

    I'm a morning person, so I plan on doing about 1-2 hours per day in the a.m. before lecture.

    It's brutal, but I wanna do the best I can to show residencies that I'm way smarter than my preclinical grades would suggest!

    Good luck studying :)
     

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