Are any medical students here using "osmosis” as a learning tool?

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Out of interest are any medical students here using osmosis” as a learning tool?
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Out of interest are any medical students here using osmosis” as a learning tool?
I watch their youtube vids a lot and find them really useful. Haven't used any of their paid content though.
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i presumed, from the title of this thread, that learning by osmosis was a technique for absorbing information by faceplanting the textbook

evidently i have misjudged
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i presumed, from the title of this thread, that learning by osmosis was a technique for absorbing information by faceplanting the textbook

evidently i have misjudged
I was also assuming that... 😂
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I was also assuming that... 😂
its a solid form of revision
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its a solid form of revision
I mean...it can’t hurt, right?
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I mean...it can’t hurt, right?
certainly not and it's extremely beneficial sleep
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I mean...it can’t hurt, right?
(Original post by HoldThisL)
certainly not and it's extremely beneficial sleep
My skull is too thick for this to work :cry: (and it did hurt, especially if it's hard back)
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its a solid form of revision
A mate of mine used to put textbooks under his pillow when sleeping during exam season at uni.
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i presumed, from the title of this thread, that learning by osmosis was a technique for absorbing information by faceplanting the textbook

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Learning by osmosis is definitely a thing. A consultant once told me (then FY1) that's what was actually happening while I was pushing around the computer-on-wheels. True story
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Learning by osmosis is definitely a thing. A consultant once told me (then FY1) that's what was actually happening while I was pushing around the computer-on-wheels. True story
He was trying to avoid teaching you!
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Osmosis I've heard from friends is good. But I've seen adverts in front of YouTube videos talking about something called Lecturio, which is supposed to be very thorough preparation for USMLE. If you prepare for that level of detail, you will pass your medical school exams in the UK quite easily.
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