I just got accepted to May '09
I am thinking that reading the book, attending lecture, and then doing some MCQs is the best way to study for my classes at medical school, does any one agree/ disagree with this technique.
I know netters also has an interactive atlas. I was thinking of making quizzes based on the dissection manual for each region of the body. Does anyone think that that is valuable. Also some of my friends at SGU used Histotime for histology and quizbank (MCQs). Have any of you used those. Are they as useful at Ross as they are at SGU?
Also, can anyone tell me the ratio of time i should dedicate to learning pathology/diseases (by pathology I mean what actually causes the diseases not the class it self which of course we take in another year) in comparison to all the other science stuff? I heard some of the mistakes students make is to study to much of the straight science material when they should be focusing mainly on diseases.