Αξιον Ωφελειν τους Αλγουντας.” --Be Worthy to Serve the Suffering.

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David Heimberg (2014)
Member Type: Student, Junior Member Campus: Chicago
Specialty: Emergency Medicine Program: Indiana University
Advice
My advice will probably look similar to what you have already seen. First Aid and UWorld and listen to Goljan. To me, the most important thing to realize is that First Aid is only a book of memorizable facts and does not have many concepts. You get the concepts in the classes M1 and M2 year. I prefer to study as actively as I can so I made up questions for each section in First Aid and made sure I could answer them. This is also how I studied for classes. This doesn't take as much time as it sounds like it does. Definitely make sure to exercise, hang out with friends, keep your life going. It's much easier to study if you are happy.