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    Lightbulb Exam......!!!!

    I'll have anatomy exam 3 weeks later....!?!?!
    And there are many things that I have to remember....?!?!
    Do you have a "shortcut" to remember anatomy...???
    May be we can use our right brain???
    I think we much easier to remember by saving to our right brain....
    hohoho.....

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    Lolz !!! I didn't know that it's possible to choose which part of your brain you wanna use for memorising.... Hello people, research need to be done more out here.....This is a new thesis....

    For Anatomy, there's no shortcut....Only hardwork and regular work counts....

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    ...good luck!!!

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    Ya, all the best....Use both side of your brain during the exam

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    Use review books such as BRS Anatomy, or High yield information instead of reading big textbooks. Definetely use an Atlas such as Netters or Grants, it will be sort of right brained learning, be creative!! good luck
    I procrastinate....

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    Tell me how you choose right/left brain while reading?

    Anyways, BestLuck. Just make mneumonics and revise daily with your friends..Use netter..

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    study chaurasia and refer old exam papers
    http://www.medicalgeek.com/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6672&dateline=1196547  885

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    Talking that's absolutely possible I think...

    umm...
    may be we can make a song about anatomy...
    I had make some songs about anatomy....
    such as:
    -plexus lumbosacral
    -plexus brachialis
    -etc.

    may be you have some others???
    hoho,,,,,

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    draw them
    and u'll never forget them
    all the best...c u

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    To use the right half of your brain, get creative. It's that simple (or that difficult! ) What you really need to do is think about what you are studying, and distort, and warp it as much as you like. Just think about it!

    Another way, MAKE UP mnemonics about lists. Reading other's mnemonics never helped me. I used to make up my own. And i still remember them in my 4th year!

    Eg. Constrictions of the oesophagus (correct me if I am wrong)
    M: Muscle -> Cricopharyngeus
    A: Arch of Aorta
    B: Left main BRONCHUS
    D: Diaphragm

    So it turns out: MABD. I expanded it as (I am a Bengali)
    Ma Amake Bhat Dao!

    Try it. See if it helps.

    P.S. I didn't like anatomy. This is the only thing that could get me to study the subject.

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