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Aim NEET PG 2012

FAQ: Should I really start reading Harrison from second MBBS
hi evryone.. i m a 2nd year student frm mumbai.. nearing my 4th sem completion. jus wanted 2 know whether i shud really buy harrison and start it frm now.. i hav heard dat 50-60% mcqs of pg-cet are frm dis book..how true is it?? and which short book do i read for symptomatology in medicine?? is vakil golwalla enough??

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Aim USMLE Step 1

even i will starting my 2nd yr shortly and want to read Harri.,but the bookshop told me that the new 17th ed. will be arriving in late dec this yr....i'm in a dilemna......is it worthwhile to buy right now or wait for the new edition?Seniors plz help.....

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