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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Stephaustin(m): 10:41am On Nov 05
PharmJohn88:


K bro.

I'm not as active on whatsapp now as I am on fb and other virtual spaces.

Nonetheless, we can always relate through voice calls and/or text messages.

Though whatsapp would've been more chat intensive than every other media platform, we can employ facebook if you're a user.

Meanwhile, 08026823361 is my whatsapp and voice call number.

Don't Expect an ajebo's sweet, sharp voice when you ring the digit. Na real naija guy go talk with u hehehe

Hahahahaha...Lol...
There's no problem with that.
Chukwuagoziem Augustine (a dove with an olive branch and envelope as profile picture) on Facebook.
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by docyomex(m): 4:54pm On Nov 21
"Walcut" how did you get to read this thread
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by walcut(m): 7:14pm On Nov 21
docyomex:
"Walcut" how did you get to read this thread
confused!!! did you actually mention me or you were referring to someone else?
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Bobola07(m): 10:40pm On Nov 21
Following...
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by docyomex(m): 7:50am On Nov 22
walcut:

confused!!! did you actually mention me or you were referring to someone else?
Of course you
I found this thread early this month and I was the only one viewing
The thread was created long ago
But it's nice to read through

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Nabeeltnabs: 9:20am On Nov 22
u knw say dr jargo day busy for teaching hospital
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by sarsay(m): 9:48am On Nov 22
Nabeeltnabs:
u knw say dr jargo day busy for teaching hospital
LOL..... True talk... More grace Dr jargo... For close to a month Dr jargo has nt surfaced... But each time I read tru dis thread d post feels new... Excellent narrations no wonder he does well in med school... Good work his done in dis thread it'll continue to help med freshers for years to come
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by walcut(m): 11:07am On Nov 22
docyomex:
Of course you I found this thread early this month and I was the only one viewing The thread was created long ago But it's nice to read through
I have already done so bout two months back. pardon me, do I know you?
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by sholahokif: 11:09am On Nov 22
sarsay:

LOL..... True talk... More grace Dr jargo... For close to a month Dr jargo has nt surfaced... But each time I read tru dis thread d post feels new... Excellent narrations no wonder he does well in med school... Good work his done in dis thread it'll continue to help med freshers for years to come
He has really done well....
I have been following this tread right from when he opened it.
It's been amazing
It's a place any med fresher should come and learn...

Thumbs Up, Dr Jargo
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Bobola07(m): 11:02pm On Nov 22
My first post on this educative thread after a very long while of ghosting...


I doff my cap for the senior medics in d House

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by peterock100: 11:03pm On Nov 22
I Am Here
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Abdullahi4u7: 11:47am On Nov 30
Jargo come and say something.
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by LEGITLAYO: 1:55pm On Nov 30
On behalf of Dr jargo, I apologize for this unexplainable absence...
Turns out jargo is currently writing his part 2 Pathpharm mb examination, so I'll enjoin you all to exercise patience and wait for his return..

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Tony142: 5:32pm On Nov 30
Wow, i'm really loving this thread,

i have been a ghost reader for some time now, but my love for dis thread finally push me to register/join nairaland,

this is actually my 1st comment here and on nairaland,

greatings to all d senior medicos around, more grace to u sir, doc jargon, am really enjoying dis thread, it educative ,

Hmmm, am a medical aspirant, current waiting for my school(benue state university) to release her merit list, hoping to be admited by God's grace, amen

greetings to every one in d house, #following

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Bobola07(m): 6:42pm On Nov 30
LEGITLAYO:
On behalf of Dr jargo, I apologize for this unexplainable absence...
Turns out jargo is currently writing his part 2 Pathpharm mb examination, so I'll enjoin you all to exercise patience and wait for his return..

Wow wish him success oo
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Teecomm(m): 11:11pm On Nov 30
mhizsuzzy:
Pls Chief Jargo tips on how to handle my path/pharm
Just finish my 2nd mb exams and I passed 3/3
Help me and thank God and all heavenly occupants.


Hehehehe!!!
"All heavenly occupants"
Very funny
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by hagiosfemi(m): 12:19pm On Dec 02
lemme rent space oga jargo
THINGS I LEARNT FROM PRE-CLINICAL
I had mixed feelings when I saw my first MB result, it was good but I wanted a distinction in physiology and biochemistry (I had given up on anatomy) but ended with one in physiology. I realized in Exam hall that MB is done with residual knowledge of what you have learnt, you can only crash read to pass MB but not with high flying grade (more reason I gave up on anatomy). Pre clinical courses are not hard but bulky, so average students can survive medical school. Here are the lessons I have learnt:
1. KNOW YOURSELF
Medical school has rules and you must play by it, there are no general rules. To hit the nail on the head, you must know your status, are you above average or an average grade student. Don't deceive yourself, if you struggle to retain facts in your brain, you may need to re-strategize, you must reconsider (will videos help? tutorials?) but you sure need longer hours to study. You may need to change your game plan if you are failing your tests i.e friends, study group or even textbook!
2. IT IS A TEAM WORK
Lone rangers find it hard to survive med school. You must interact with mates. They may have past questions and you will surely bite your finger in regret if you walk alone. Friends have stuffs that will stick faster. Don't engage in carnal competiton, those who top the class must have being helped by interaction with colleagues.
3. BE SMART
This is my last point. I have discovered that lecturers are too lazy to set new questions, you must know the recurring questions and find correct answers. There are lot of stuffs to know, you must be wise to separate chaff from the wheat. You must also trust in God, favour is essential but God does not orchestrate our failures.

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by suregalluv(f): 3:29pm On Dec 02
first time of reading this thread and it is really interesting and educating
hopefully i'll be a nursing student by next year are there many differences between both courses?
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by fayded(m): 3:48pm On Dec 02
suregalluv:
first time of reading this thread and it is really interesting and educating
hopefully i'll be a nursing student by next year are there many differences between both courses?

Alot of differences. Nursing students don't write mbbs and their anatomy lectures do not really go as deep as those of medicine.
There re so many differences dear, can't start listing, but the important thing is that they re both in medical line and they both save lives.

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Maravel: 4:05pm On Dec 02
I have gone through this thread twice
Am so happy it was created
Thanks to Dr jargo
I have just been admitted for MBBS UNICAL
.....please any one who has a textbook for botany should please assist me with it
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by LEGITLAYO: 5:48pm On Dec 02
hagiosfemi:
lemme rent space oga jargo
THINGS I LEARNT FROM PRE-CLINICAL
I had mixed feelings when I saw my first MB result, it was good but I wanted a distinction in physiology and biochemistry (I had given up on anatomy) but ended with one in physiology. I realized in Exam hall that MB is done with residual knowledge of what you have learnt, you can only crash read to pass MB but not with high flying grade (more reason I gave up on anatomy). Pre clinical courses are not hard but bulky, so average students can survive medical school. Here are the lessons I have learnt:
1. KNOW YOURSELF
Medical school has rules and you must play by it, there are no general rules. To hit the nail on the head, you must know your status, are you above average or an average grade student. Don't deceive yourself, if you struggle to retain facts in your brain, you may need to re-strategize, you must reconsider (will videos help? tutorials?) but you sure need longer hours to study. You may need to change your game plan if you are failing your tests i.e friends, study group or even textbook!
2. IT IS A TEAM WORK
Lone rangers find it hard to survive med school. You must interact with mates. They may have past questions and you will surely bite your finger in regret if you walk alone. Friends have stuffs that will stick faster. Don't engage in carnal competiton, those who top the class must have being helped by interaction with colleagues.
3. BE SMART
This is my last point. I have discovered that lecturers are too lazy to set new questions, you must know the recurring questions and find correct answers. There are lot of stuffs to know, you must be wise to separate chaff from the wheat. You must also trust in God, favour is essential but God does not orchestrate our failures.
Congratulations to you femi..
I'm elated!
I go come relate with you personally, na physio and Bch sure to get distinction sha.

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Bobola07(m): 2:38pm On Dec 03
LEGITLAYO:

Congratulations to you femi..
I'm elated!
I go come relate with you personally, na physio and Bch sure to get distinction sha.

Lol

Hagiosfemi, congratulations to you bro. Keep flying high. You're a student of which school??

@ Legitlayo, wetin do anatomy naw... Naso d thing strong reach?
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Stephaustin(m): 2:11pm On Dec 04
Deebliss:
opting for mbbs I think you too same course




Just recently UI released their cutoff
ours is yet to say a thing
Let's anticipate Monday next week sha
Success things for us.
Are you on Facebook we could hook up.

Bro, let's keep anticipating.
Chukwuagoziem Augustine(a dove with an olive branch and envelope as profile picture) on Facebook.
Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by Aremson14(m): 5:54pm On Dec 04
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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by mhizsuzzy(f): 7:15am On Dec 05
Long tym.......
Chief Jargo dey write exams Shaaa so let's pray for him.

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by LEGITLAYO: 11:20pm On Dec 07
Spoiler alert guys!!
Dr jargo has completed his exams and by God's grace, it was a success.
He's gon join us here real soon.
#Anticipate!!

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by jargo89(m): 10:59pm On Dec 08
LEGITLAYO:
Spoiler alert guys!!
Dr jargo has completed his exams and by God's grace, it was a success.
He's gon join us here real soon.
#Anticipate!!
Smiles....Tanx for holding down the fort

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by jargo89(m): 11:00pm On Dec 08
mhizsuzzy:
Long tym.......

Chief Jargo dey write exams Shaaa so let's pray for him.
Thanks dear

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by jargo89(m): 11:01pm On Dec 08
Maravel:
I have gone through this thread twice
Am so happy it was created
Thanks to Dr jargo
I have just been admitted for MBBS UNICAL
.....please any one who has a textbook for botany should please assist me with it
You welcome. Congratulations on your admission.

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by jargo89(m): 11:09pm On Dec 08
hagiosfemi:
lemme rent space oga jargo
THINGS I LEARNT FROM PRE-CLINICAL
I had mixed feelings when I saw my first MB result, it was good but I wanted a distinction in physiology and biochemistry (I had given up on anatomy) but ended with one in physiology. I realized in Exam hall that MB is done with residual knowledge of what you have learnt, you can only crash read to pass MB but not with high flying grade (more reason I gave up on anatomy). Pre clinical courses are not hard but bulky, so average students can survive medical school. Here are the lessons I have learnt:
1. KNOW YOURSELF
Medical school has rules and you must play by it, there are no general rules. To hit the nail on the head, you must know your status, are you above average or an average grade student. Don't deceive yourself, if you struggle to retain facts in your brain, you may need to re-strategize, you must reconsider (will videos help? tutorials?) but you sure need longer hours to study. You may need to change your game plan if you are failing your tests i.e friends, study group or even textbook!
2. IT IS A TEAM WORK
Lone rangers find it hard to survive med school. You must interact with mates. They may have past questions and you will surely bite your finger in regret if you walk alone. Friends have stuffs that will stick faster. Don't engage in carnal competiton, those who top the class must have being helped by interaction with colleagues.
3. BE SMART
This is my last point. I have discovered that lecturers are too lazy to set new questions, you must know the recurring questions and find correct answers. There are lot of stuffs to know, you must be wise to separate chaff from the wheat. You must also trust in God, favour is essential but God does not orchestrate our failures.
Congrats Femi.

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by jargo89(m): 11:10pm On Dec 08
Tony142:
Wow, i'm really loving this thread,

i have been a ghost reader for some time now, but my love for dis thread finally push me to register/join nairaland,

this is actually my 1st comment here and on nairaland,

greatings to all d senior medicos around, more grace to u sir, doc jargon, am really enjoying dis thread, it educative ,

Hmmm, am a medical aspirant, current waiting for my school(benue state university) to release her merit list, hoping to be admited by God's grace, amen

greetings to every one in d house, #following

Success is yours, by God's grace.

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Re: Drey's Anatomy: An Insight Into My First Preclinical Year by jargo89(m): 11:11pm On Dec 08
sholahokif:

He has really done well....
I have been following this tread right from when he opened it.
It's been amazing
It's a place any med fresher should come and learn...

Thumbs Up, Dr Jargo
Tanx alot. Appreciate the comment.

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