Definitely not constrained to Power Points. There are many textbooks review books, board prep books, etc. covering the topics. No one cares what resources you use to master the material. If you like texts and can find the time to read them, do it.Hey Guys,
I learn best from textbooks. I find trying to memorize poorly constructed powerpoint slides from professors' lectures to be a waste of time for me
In considering schools, I'm a little bit worried that at a school with a systems/integrated curriculum there won't be textbooks/ other resources to learn from because most textbooks seem to cover one subject (i.e. anatomy) rather than one organ system. Is this accurate? It seems like all of the textbooks out there are more suitable when used with a more traditional curriculum?
For you guys at schools with integrated/systems curricula, what kind of studying resources do you use? Do you feel more constrained to powerpoint lecture slides or are there a lot of other resources to learn from?
Thanks, I really appreciate it