I'm a 3rd year medical student and with exams coming up soon, I thought I'd give one of these online question banks a shot. I've decided to stick with OnExamination, but I'm not really sure what option to go for.
Our 3rd year was entirely clinical, so if I go for the Medical Student 2/3 option, I'm worried that there will be a lot of questions on physiology. On the other hand, Medical Student Finals questions might be too advanced (some of them are about specific treatment options and seem more complicated than the basic clinical things we're expected to know).
I've tried the sample questions, but they haven't cleared anything up.
So, I guess my question is, how much physiology is in the 2/3 questions and if anyone has been in a similar position, what did you go for in the end?
OnExamination Medical Student 2/3 vs Medical Student Finals
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