Seminar Week 4
Day 1 Master the Basics, Ace the Clinics
Pathology is the most important subject in Step 1 and yet is often the most difficult. The key to understanding Pathology is mastering the basic subjects, anatomy, physiology and biochemistry. By mastering the basic three, you will have an easier time studying and understanding pathology.
Day 2 Mastering Anatomy: Roadmap to the Human Body
In order to understand anything about or be able to do anything in the human body, you need to first know where it is located and how to find it. That is the main purpose of anatomy. Find out what you need to study and master in Anatomy to understand medicine better and do well in the #USMLE at the same time.
Day 3 Mastering Physiology: Understanding How the Body Works
Understanding how the body works is crucial in understanding why it has stopped working the way it should. Find out what you need to study and master in physiology to understand medicine better and do well in the #USMLE at the same time.
Day 4 Mastering Biochemistry and Genetics: the Building Blocks of Life
Understanding the chemical processes that underlie metabolism and genetics is important to truly understand the human body. Find out what you need to study and master in physiology to understand medicine better and do well in the #USMLE at the same time
Day 5 Structure, Function and Process: Putting Them All Together
Understanding how anatomic structure, physiologic function and biochemical process work together to sustain life is essential to our understanding of medicine as a whole. Integrating these three subjects is essential in understanding not only normal life processes that keep us alive, but also the disease processes and that afflicts us and healing process our body undergoes to restore homeostasis.
Day 6 How Old IMG’s Can Rock the USMLE Step 1
Think old IMG’s don’t have what it takes to ace this exam? Well, you are wrong. Here’s how it’s done.
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