What to study

Page created on October 28, 2020. Last updated on January 17, 2023 at 13:35

Here I’ll publish a few pages explaining how to approach each semester, how and what you should study and what you should prioritize. I’ll also link to the best notes for each subject.

If you disagree with something or if there is something you would like to add, leave a comment.

10 thoughts on “What to study”

  1. hello!
    First of all, I want to say thank you for all the tremendous work you have done for all of your colleagues at this school! I personally got a lot of help from your notes when I was struggling to comprehend the lecture slides / textbooks! I truly want to thank you!

    I have also found this “what to study” section and realized that your tips are very very (!!) helpful. That said, would you mind sharing any tips and tricks for pharmacology subject? I am currently doing the final pharma!

    I’d like to say thank you in advance, and hope you are staying safe and sound! 🙂 wish you the best for the rest of the semester

    1. Hey! I’m very glad you find my work useful! Thank you for your kind words.

      I’ll get the page for 4th year up sometime in the next few days, which will include some tips for pharma.

  2. Thank you for saving a year of my life and alot of money! We need to build a statue for you in the city centre.

    Do you have any recommendations on which subjects to study during the semesters of 5th year?

    1. Glad I could help, although a statue is way too much 🙂

      I’ll get some recommendations up in time for the next semester.

  3. Hiiiiiii :). I hope you are having an amazing summer, I was wondering if you could do a “what to study” for the 6th year?

    1. I will at some point, but generally, just study the notes I’ve written, they’re more than enough

      1. Hey Nik,
        A guide for the 6th year would be much appreciated, especially for how long one needs to study and how you prepared for the oral state exam. Maybe you could even add your timeframe for your rotational year.
        Needless to say, I love you and your work and your website has been a very good guidance all the years here at the university.
        Thanks for your work.

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