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I am both grateful and surprised by The Preclinical Guide. It's truly a phenomenal book. I just wished I knew about it sooner. I could have used some of the study tips [earlier] because they are applicable to any subject. It would have saved me time and the stress I went through with before exam time. I especially liked that the book tackled burning questions I had on how to do well in particular preclinical classes. The book gave the confidence I needed as a first-year medical student...to become an academically strong medical student.
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The study techniques he described make a lot of sense! I have actually used a variation of some of the study techniques he mentioned in his book while I was in college. Although I did very well in college, I had some flaws in my studying that would have led to really long days in med school. This book helped me see some of the mistakes I unknowingly made while studying in college, and I really think his methods will help me do well in med school while still having a lot of free time to live a fun and adventurous life too!
"From beginning to end, the book provides meaningful insight for medical students of all stages with wit, grace and the stimuli of example pictures. Additionally, the brief description of each chapter aides the reader on how they can navigate the book as efficiently as possible. A great read and tool, indeed."
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I love this book and am really grateful for it especially knowing that I can study smarter and not harder using the technique and strategies in the book. I'm also grateful that I can use these techniques spending less time than average but get the desired grades"
Going to be a first year in medical school I hope this book puts the thoughts of a first year in an organised way. It aids them in dealing "efficiently" with their medical school. It consistently reminds me that "there is no one right way" in order to ace life in medical school.Finally I thank Lakshya for his stupendous mentoring.
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I think the book touches a lot of areas and preaches facts. Finishing my final year in med school, I wished I had gotten this sooner.
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Hi......I am now on chapter 5 and your tips are amazing! I am a first medical year medical student in Zimbabwe so here in Zim we go to medical school from high school so I am facing transition challenges but your blog(MDJourney) and the book are giving me the best advice. I am finding your book very helpful so far. Thank you so much you have no idea of how you have helped me and my friends are shared with are also appreciating it.
I’m currently an internal medicine resident who loves to write and mentor. I created TheMDJourney.com at the end of my first year and I’m blown away by how much it has grown. My goal is to help as many students as possible. You can get in contact with me at [email protected]