Hey all, My biochem prof from undergrad emailed me today asking if I could give him some advice. He wants to know, from the perspective of current med students, what he could do to make the course more effective in the long run for students going to med school. I'm an M3 now, so I don't remember the specific differences between undergrad and med school courses and what was emphasized as an M1 very well anymore... so, if anyone has suggestions, that would really help me (and my prof) out. Thanks! As a side note, my personal opinion is that Lippincott is way too detailed for the boards. After you finish class exams of course , all you really need to know is what's in First Aid, and it doesn't hurt to go through the biochem Underground Clinical Vignettes in the month before Step 1. Good luck to you all!