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Up until class 12th, you must have had a well-defined structure of course books and reference books. But as you step into the world of medicine, you will realize that there are multiple books to choose from for each subject. To help you pick the best books, I have put together this guide for books to read in the first year of MBBS. These books will help you develop a strong knowledge base and will set you up on the path of academic excellence.
Making it to a good medical college might seem to you as crossing the finishing line. However, in reality, it is just the first step to becoming a doctor. If you’re a newly admitted medical student, it’s time you start thinking about how you can be equally successful in this next phase of your academics… Read More
So let us open the chapter Pain. If you are a student in class 12, don’t worry. Open a chapter in your book. 2-3 years ago, I would highlight the content of the topic and then leave it there. However, I have a different approach now. First, I read the chapter in its entirety, take a break for 5-10 minutes…. Read More
Over the past few years of giving many exams in my medical college, and also clearing Neet, I have developed a very effective, 3-step system for exam preparation. In this article, I will discuss this system in detail. I will also share revision tricks and tips which will drastically reduce the time you take for revision… Read More
So a few days ago I was looking up at the saying, and I had this thought, what is the meaning of everything? I’m sure you have had the same a lot of times, I mean, a star, who emitted that photon so many years ago, thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands of years ago, reaches the back of my eye, I mean, I don’t think that there is anything grander than that, a message… Read More.
You are a person who is born who lives your life and one day inevitably will die, 98 billion human beings have been through the same cycle. you are not the first one. Taking a right turn, I want you to understand something about Minecraft, a very popular game. what happens here is you are a normal player who has spawned into a world where you can basically do anything, the world of Minecraft has all the similar things compared to our world, like sand beaches the sun… Read More.
I had an interesting conversation this week which lead to a series of thoughts and I came to a conclusion that a lot of the knowledge that we keep in our brain is stored in our short term memory Like I Remember knowing everything about everything going towards my Social Studies examination back in class 10th in the morning and in the next day I had forgotten 20-30% of it… Read More
This week has been a very productive one for me, studying almost 9 hours each day, I mean, that’s usually what I aim for anyway, I am seeing my friends work even harder than me, and that’s just honestly so motivating to watch, you call your friend in the morning and ask them what they are doing, and they are studying, and then you call them in the night and still that studying. Read more!
The first subject is Pathology
Read Robbins – First the most important ones and then the less important ones, Eg. Read Lung cancer first, then COPD, then Interstitial lung diseases. You will get the idea to do this by either reading the book on previous year question papers called Bhalani or Unique in Maharashtra or by asking seniors. Personally, I really loved my 1st pass of Robbins… Read More
Whoosh!I have got around three weeks proper left to continue preparing – which I am doing!It’s not that hard to get stressed during exams, and recently I have been feeling a little bit of exam pressure, that I never felt before, I am guessing the reason was This year that has only been one examination that has been conducted offline… Read More.
One thing which I regret deeply is that my school did not allow us to have mobile phones in the classroom, now I can understand why is it they did that, because now in college I see a lot of people just using the mobile phones while the class is going on, the reason why did not like this thing is that, school is one of the most exciting part of our journey on this earth, and our brain is still developing at the time.. Read More
Newsletter issue #2 – The most important thing I do
Everybody has 24 hours in a day. It is how we use these 24 hours that matters. From being on YouTube what I have learned is that if you plan your stuff ahead of time, and start preparing the way before the deadline, the amount of stress is very low, and the amount of work done every day is very high, that is we are very productive if we plan a day before the day has arrived. Read More…
Which iPad Should I buy?
Let us start by asking ourselves what exactly do we need an iPad for? If you are a student then you will answer by studying, reading books, taking notes, watch YouTube videos on my channel, watching Netflix, playing games, editing videos, making PowerPoint presentations, making documents, singing and writing documents, creating images for your college, or your YouTube channel, and just having a bigger screen to do the normal things. And that’s precisely what this device is capable of. Read more…
Hey everyone, in this blog post I’ll take you through the books that I’ve used so far in 2nd-year MBBS. Well, I was supposed to be in my 3rd year by now, but the exams are postponed until February, so I’m still your regular 2nd-year student for a long time. This has given me more time to experiment with the books that I’m reading and so I feel like this will be a list of all you need. Click Here to read more.