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by David Lin,Spencer Behr,Trevin Lau,Xuan Luu,Ekwutosi Okoroh

ePub Deja Review Physiology download
Author:
David Lin,Spencer Behr,Trevin Lau,Xuan Luu,Ekwutosi Okoroh
ISBN13:
978-0071475105
ISBN:
0071475109
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Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Medical; 1 edition (October 18, 2006)
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Subcategory:
Medicine & Health Sciences
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1358 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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170

David W Lin, Spencer Behr, Trevin Lau. Accelerated answers for the physiology course exams-written by students, for students.

David W Lin, Spencer Behr, Trevin Lau. When studying for Step 1, you need something that is focused, high-yield, and easy to read. this book is exactly that! -. - Lauren E. Cantor, M3, University of Michigan School of Medicine.

This title offers a Q&A format that reinforces facts for easy memorization. It includes illustrations, mnemonics, and charts. It also includes a chapter on clinical vignette questions.

Drawn from the perspectives of top students fresh from their course exams and the USMLE Step 1, this unbeatable, portable guide features a quick-read Q&A format-one that helps you efficiently plow through a large amount of pertinent information.

The physiology book in particular helped me cement some relationships that ended up helping me on test day. Definitely recommended as a supplemental text for fine-tuning.

David Lin, Spencer Behr, Trevin Lau, Xuan Luu, Ekwutosi Okoroh. Accelerated answers for the physiology course exams-written by students, for students When studying for Step 1, you need something that is focused, high-yield, and easy to read. this book is exactly that! -

David Lin, Spencer Behr, Trevin Lau, Xuan Luu, Ekwutosi Okoroh. this book is exactly that! - - Lauren E. Cantor, M3, University of Michigan School of Medicine "Its Q&A format allows.

This unbeatable guide features a quick-read, two-column "flashcard" Q&A designed to help you remember a large amount of pertinent information in the least amount of time.

Spencer Behr Trevin Lau David Lin Xuan Luu Ekwutosi Okoroh. Drawn from the perspectives of top students fresh from their course exams and the USMLE Step 1, this unbeatable, portable guide features a quick-read Q&A format-one that helps you efficiently plow through a large amount of pertinent information.

by David W. Lin, Spencer Behr, Trevin Lau, Xuan Luu, Ekwutosi Okoroh. Published October 18, 2006 by McGraw-Hill Medical.

Accelerated answers for the physiology course exams-written by students, for students

When studying for Step 1, you need something that is focused, high-yield, and easy to read . . . this book is exactly that! -- Lauren E. Cantor, M3, University of Michigan School of Medicine

"Its Q&A format allows you to blaze through material at lighting speed while it feels like an expert is pimping you the whole time! Moreover, the text is a great review for the Step 1 or later in medical school when a topic needs to be quickly reviewed." -- Adam Pruett, M4, University of Alabama School of Medicine

If you're a medical student on the go, gearing up for the physiology course exam and the USMLE Step 1 exam can present a big challenge. How do you boil down your physiology course work into only the most critical concepts, so you can have the edge at exam time?

Deja Review: Physiology is the resource that gets you there. Drawn from the perspectives of top students fresh from their course exams and the USMLE Step 1, this unbeatable, portable guide features a quick-read Q&A format-one that helps you efficiently plow through a large amount of pertinent information. It also allows you to zero in on only correct answers to promote memorization and optimize your study time.

Features

Written by top students who aced the USMLE Step 1 All-inclusive yet concise coverage of physiology Study-enhancing tips, mnemonics, and insider advice Clinical vignettes chapter lets you review material likely to appear on the USMLE Step 1
  • I bought this book because I had the money to burn. It is so similar to BRS Physiology that I'm surprised that Linda Costanzo wasn't given any credit to its making. Open both books up and you'll see that the table of contents are identical, from the name to the number of each chapter. Even the order that material is presented within each chapter is identical. Although it lacks the depth of BRS and is chalk full of errata, I like the way the material is presented. The question and answer format helps when trying to memorize important details and is much more easy to read than BRS. I would still go with BRS over this book (more detail with less errata), but buy this book if you have some cash to burn and want something to help you memorize the material in BRS better. (3.5/5)

  • This book is good for review only and not as a main text! You will need to know the stuff before you can understand what this is all about! Well, It was the purpose of it and it serves this purpose very well. I'm very satisfied with it!!!