24 September 2007


The first neuroanatomy exam is Wednesday so I am, of course, furiously trying to cram names like sulcus limitans and stria habenularis into my brain. I labeled photographs, I have made lists of key terms, I have flipped through slide sets and I have read the textbook and somehow this subject flummoxes me. Well, not the material itself, but rather, what is the best and most efficient way to study it?

It is great practice for medical school, where will have to learn more than just neuroanatomy. If I can figure out a strategy for this class then maybe I'll be a step ahead in general anatomy. If.

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