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PG entrance preparation
i am a final year mbbs student. i was wondering if i should pg entrance preparation mcq books now or should i wait till internship because the ditions change and every year new content come in...so what should i do? buy them now? or study textbooks thoroughly now and buy them later??

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I think it is always advised to study standard books during UG years. Being strong with theory and concepts will help in pg preparation during internship. You can also refer to path or physio books to understand subjects better

Cunningham's Manual of Practical Anatomy
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