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    Andrew21 is offline Senior Member
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    how are pathophys exams different from path exams?

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    I really have no clue how these will be different. Is the emphasis different? Are there review questions that can be done for self-assessment along the way? thanks

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    the thing that made the pathophys exams hard was that they were random poorly worded "which of the following is incorrect/most correct/etc..." questions sometimes on material that wasn't taught to the class. they had mostly visiting professors who added questions to a database used for exams. the problem was that they changed their material each term and sometimes there were different professors for the august and january class. i don't think that will apply if dr. b is doing pathophys. i think you're just going to have to wait and see unfortunately. i'm sure it will be very different from previous years.

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