Overall, this is a great resource. It’s concise, extremely useful, and extremely helpful. I’m in the midst of reviewing First Aid and UWorld for my Step 1, and I’ll update this review when I reach the end of those books. I’ll probably end up buying a separate anatomy book as a resource, so I know what to study in addition to this one. (It turns out that the Kaplan book is only about 75% of the UWorld textbook, so I’ll need more than one book to cover the rest of the content.)
The author, Dr. Jeremy Clack, is an Otolaryngologist, and a lecturer for the world-renowned Northwestern Medical School and the University of Chicago . Before this book, I never knew how Otolaryngology (ear, nose, throat) worked or how the head and neck anatomy or physiology worked. For example, I never knew that the eustachian tube (a “passageway” for the equilibrating system in the middle ear) is attached to the pharynx and the larynx. The videos also cover the skull (fracture, nerve, and artery anatomy), the spine (vertebral canal, nerve, and artery anatomy), facial bones (anatomy and the vascular network).
There are a few issues with the video player, but generally, I found the videos useful for covering topics I wasn’t as confident with, such as histology and neuroscience. I found the latter to be particularly useful for laying down the fundamentals of the nervous system. Also, the videos are very well presented with a bright, friendly, and engaging presentation style. I’m not an anatomy textbook aficionado, but I was able to follow along and learn a lot from the videos
The most important point to consider is to review the topics covered in the anatomy course before starting with the Kaplan biochemistry course. This is because the biochemistry Kaplan video lectures are assumed to be very challenging to understand, and the content covered in the course is very vast.
The videos in the course are organized by systems. You can view them online in one go, or you can go through them in the order of systems. There are also links to practice questions, and these are scored for each topic. The practice questions in each video are of similar difficulty, and they can be used to hone your time management and decision-making skills for the upcoming exam. If you are in a hurry to complete the course, you can use one of the videos to get an edge over the others. It is also possible to do all videos, but this is a disadvantage, as you have to absorb the content for each topic as you go.
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