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These seven volumes of Lecture Notes represent a yearlong effort on the part of the Kaplan Medical faculty to update our curriculum to reflect the most-likely-to-be-tested material on the current USMLE Step 1 exam.
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To facilitate this process, we’ve created wide, blank margins. While these margins are occasionally punctuated by faculty high-yield “margin notes:’ they are, for the most part, left blank for your notations. Use them! Many students find that previewing the Notes prior to the lecture is a very effective way to prepare for class. This allows you to anticipate the areas where you’ll need to pay particular attention. It also affords you the opportunity to map out how the information is going to be presented and what sort of study aids (charts, diagrams, etc.) you might want to add. This strategy works regardless of whether you’re attending a live lecture or watching one on video or the web. Finally, we want to hear what you think. What do you like about the notes? What do you think could be improved? Please share your feedback by Eemail@example.com. Thank you for joining Kaplan Medical, and best of luck on your Step 1 exam!
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