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Undergrad Science Books: do you use them in Pod school?

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Do/did you use your undergrad science books while in podiatry school? I've kept pretty much ALL of my science books (about 3 boxes) and will graduate in June. So I'd like to know which one I should keep.
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Do/did you use your undergrad science books while in podiatry school? I've kept pretty much ALL of my science books (about 3 boxes) and will graduate in June. So I'd like to know which one I should keep.
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I did. It can never hurt to have a library of text books to turn to.

Most things I look up on the internet because it is easier, but sometimes I still look things up.

The texts from undergrad have more technical info and the med school books have more clinical info.

I'd keep them unless you will starve if you don't sell them back.

Many people on here will probably tell you to sell them.
 

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A good histo text/atlas and micro/immuno text will certainly be useful in pod school.
Maybe physio, or anatomy as well if they are advanced texts.
Biochem might help, but it's a lot more clinical in pod school than undergrad.

That's really about it...
The chemistry, physics, calc, and animal bio texts should pretty much be put on half.com ASAP.
 
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