Surgery made ridiculously simple: For USMLE, SPEX and specialty board exams

 
9781884588396: Surgery made ridiculously simple: For USMLE, SPEX and specialty board exams
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This book is part of a set that provides adequate material to pass steps I, II, and III of the USMLE, SPEX and SPECIALTY BOARD exams. In order to get the maximum benefit from this book, please read this page carefully. This book is written in a manner similar to the one you will find on the exam. Some topics will be brief, then you'll go on to another topic, and return to the first topic. Many Keywords are repeated two or three times throughout the book, but that should not hurt you, because you will definitely be asked that information on your exam. Make a schedule and be sure to follow it. It is a proven fact that 90% of the students who study according to their schedule pass their exam, while 10% of those who studied without making a schedule did not pass their exam. It is crucial that you make a schedule which is suitable for you and then stick by it. When studying, you should be thinking about items that need to be checked in the reference book. If you have completed the book and didn't find anything that needs to be checked in the reference book, you probably didn't study very well. The reference book should not be used too frequently. A maximum of 10-15 items should be checked for each subject. Once you have dialed a friend's telephone number several times, you have memorized it without even trying. The same concept applies to studying by listening to our tapes and reading our books. When studying for the first time, try to underline or make as few notes as possible. During the second reading, make more underlining and add to your notes again; underline the main idea only. Put a check mark next to the areas that are of importance or that you need to check on. We highly recommend that you study the audiotapes along with the books transcribed from the tapes. By listening, reading, and underlining, almost all of your senses are involved in the process of memorization.

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