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The key to my success!,
This review is from: Gray's Anatomy for Students: with StudentConsult Access (Paperback)
This book is wonderful i cannot praise it enough!
When i started med school i was told to buy clinically orientated anatomy (Moore and Dally) i struggled using this for the whole of my first year, and just before the exams i happened to glance at someone elses copy of Gray's and immediately ran out and bought it.
Topics that had baffled and evaded me all year became clear in an instant- the diagrams are that good! The explanations are more concise and not so waffly. The text is larger, so for me was much less intimidating. I will admit that the text is not as detailed as Moore and Dally, but for me this was a bonus, as i felt it was actually within my grasp, rather than just completely blowing me away!
Finally it is interesting that Birmingham University now reccomend this to their first year medics instead of Moore and Dally which they had used for many years. Also I'm pleased to say that having abandoned Moore and Dally, i aced my second year exams!!!
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Initial post: 16 Feb 2010, 03:06:38 GMT
dear katie, do you still have this book and any others of your course? You went to Bham Uni. Any advice for applying to?
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