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How To Read Harrison And Make The Most Of It?
by vimoj - 67293 reads, based on 293 votes
As a PG aspirant, I used to ask my seniors if there was some easy way to read Harrison’s medicine textbook and what to read in it. I was usually recommended to read it as a whole. During that time all my attempts were to do the same, but at the end, I recognised we could also have the same results in approaching the text in a different way, by knowing what to read, knowing what topics to concentrate on really helps you to master the key points before the exam. Not only that it is much easier to revise every time before the exam too. So at this point, I would like to share the way that I tackled the mammoth book "Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine" ... More

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