I'm in Advanced Pathophysiology with Saint Joseph's College of Maine. I'm really interested to see how the other students are studying/have studied while in the course.
The assignments are usually related to a few selected disease processes, but I'm trying to read as much as possible. The book is 2000+ pages and I'm pretty sure our reading assignment is going to include the entire book before the course is over.
What are y'all doing? Are you reading all the pages? Are you using supplemental texts (I do have Rapid Review, which has been great). I just feel when I'm reading so many pages, I'm forgetting concepts that I've already learned. All the enzymes, genes, etc.... their names get pushed out of my brain by the time I read over the next one. I can't just read in short spurts either... or I would never finish the course.
Just curious, how are y'all studying? I'm okay with whatever grade I get, but I guess I'm putting too much pressure on myself to remember every detail of the book for future practice.