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Re: Medical School: The Journey by neurojosh(m): 11:59am On Jan 29, 2019
Richohm:
Is there space 2 pack?...






But let me quickly duff my cap for d bosses in the garage.


Almost 200 Lev... Rep Maven Dentista
OAU dental student. grin grin
Re: Medical School: The Journey by profolaafe(m): 1:06pm On Jan 29, 2019
neurojosh:
OAU dental student. grin grin
Boss, Una welldone oo
Re: Medical School: The Journey by QueenXtar(f): 2:39pm On Jan 29, 2019
100 level Med&Surg. Unijos....ASUU don't want us to enter 200 level
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Dabson: 3:30pm On Jan 29, 2019
See my course and level mate o! This world is really a small place. Remembered math101 exams and phy101M test ?
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Dabson: 3:31pm On Jan 29, 2019
Dabson:
See my course and level mate o! This world is really a small place. Remembered math101 exams and phy101M test ?
QueenXtar:
100 level Med&Surg. Unijos....ASUU don't want us to enter 200 level
Re: Medical School: The Journey by QueenXtar(f): 5:25pm On Jan 29, 2019
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Hmm,esp dat Maths 101....they no try for us at all
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Dabson: 5:34pm On Jan 29, 2019
QueenXtar:

Hmm,esp dat Maths 101....they no try for us at all
The PHY101M test timing was like a stop clock timing.
Re: Medical School: The Journey by annoy1(m): 5:44pm On Jan 29, 2019
please what are my chances of switching from microbiology to medicine and surgery by 200l at lasu
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Bacillocephas: 12:46am On Jan 30, 2019
Op,please i will like to discuss few things with you.Please, can i have your WhatsApp digits or should i drop mine?
Re: Medical School: The Journey by QueenXtar(f): 9:28am On Jan 30, 2019
Dabson:
The PHY101M test timing was like a stop clock timing.
The time was virtual...I couldn't even use my calculator
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Sontel(m): 2:25pm On Jan 30, 2019
Great initiative guys.
I'm a final year student of Medicine and Surgery at Benue State University.
I've set up a blog to attend to similar issues at www.mbbs.com.ng
Re: Medical School: The Journey by CentiLion(m): 11:03pm On Jan 30, 2019
QueenXtar:
100 level Med&Surg. Unijos....ASUU don't want us to enter 200 level
.
Dabson::

See my course and level mate o! This world is really a small place. Remembered math101 exams and phy101M test ?
Re: Medical School: The Journey by CentiLion(m): 11:04pm On Jan 30, 2019
QueenXtar:
100 level Med&Surg. Unijos....ASUU don't want us to enter 200 level
.
Dabson::

See my course and level mate o! This world is really a small place. Remembered math101 exams and phy101M test ?
Unijos medicine aspirant for this upcoming jamb utme pls can I pm u guys?
Re: Medical School: The Journey by QueenXtar(f): 12:27am On Jan 31, 2019
U can Pm me
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Ayobami7(m): 2:56pm On Jan 31, 2019
好朋友阮德
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Ldama(m): 8:03pm On Jan 31, 2019
chufor:
Boss, which state are from?
Adamawa
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Ldama(m): 8:08pm On Jan 31, 2019
QueenXtar:
100 level Med&Surg. Unijos....ASUU don't want us to enter 200 level
Will like to Dm u...2018 jambite aspiring to study medsurg in unijos, would u mind
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Nobody: 10:49pm On Jan 31, 2019
Ldama:

Adamawa
it will be easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than you get medicine in UJ
OK enough of tantrums--- the thing is that Taraba and adamawa don't have catchment with UJ, this it will be very hard for you to get it there. You can keep trying or change school
Re: Medical School: The Journey by QueenXtar(f): 2:19pm On Feb 01, 2019
Ldama:

Will like to Dm u...2018 jambite aspiring to study medsurg in unijos, would u mind
No,I won't mind

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Re: Medical School: The Journey by Ldama(m): 8:17pm On Feb 01, 2019
chufor:
it will be easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than you get medicine in UJ
OK enough of tantrums--- the thing is that Taraba and adamawa don't have catchment with UJ, this it will be very hard for you to get it there. You can keep trying or change school
But a friend got it
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Nobody: 7:14am On Feb 02, 2019
Ldama:

But a friend got it
What was his jamb score?
Remember I said it is possible but very rare
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Ldama(m): 7:34am On Feb 02, 2019
chufor:
What was his jamb score? Remember I said it is possible but very rare
260
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Nobody: 11:39pm On Feb 02, 2019
Ldama:

260
wow .bro just try ur best. may be he has a strong connection

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Re: Medical School: The Journey by annoy1(m): 7:33pm On Feb 03, 2019
annoy1:
please what are my chances of switching from microbiology to medicine and surgery by 200l at lasu
nobody has an answer for me. disappointing @ op
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Bobola07(m): 12:30pm On Feb 04, 2019
venmotors:
Another medical trend
am also in 200l medicine in UNN
from ur introduction is like will run almost same structure
first year we did in nsukka, the next 18month will b in unec(university of nigeria enugu campus)
after the 2mb u move to UNTH for ur clinical

oya isis Bobola07 come and bless this trend grin grin

Right here bro.
I'm Bobola, 100Level Dental Student, University of Ibadan...

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Re: Medical School: The Journey by OlumhideGold: 10:47am On Feb 09, 2019
I am sorry guys for not showing up for a while, it wasn't intentional, Apologies accepted?
As we all know the good news that ASUU strike has been suspended, School activities would continue asap and I would be able to keep this thread very active
Today, I'm going to do a review of the textbooks used for ANATOMY. Note that this might vary from University to University, So whatever I say here is based on my own university (OOU), but however it is similar in most Nigerian Universities
Let's get started
CLINICALLY ORIENTED ANATOMY by KEITH MOORE
Well, this was the first book I purchased when I got to Medical school, So large a book, probably the largest Anatomy textbook you'll use, It is from an English author, hence, the use of English is superb, Over here, it is the most popular book, cause it is very detailed, I call it Almighty Keith Moore. A lot of information reside in this book that you might spend close to an hour reading just 10 pages (not to scare you), it also has good use of diagrams but it has a fault most people noticed, it doesn't place emphasis on any information, so you just read without knowing what to put more attention to and what to read lightly, that's why some people in my school prefer the next book I'm about to talk about. This book sells for around 8,000 over here

BD CHAURASIA HUMAN ANATOMY
well, this is a very nice and precise book, of an Indian Author, so the English used is moderate and average, the difference between this book and Keith Moore is that while Keith Moore could write a paragraph about a topic, this book would write it as bullet points and explain it briefly. Keith Moore would give you everything about a topic, but this would give you all you need to know, And it is very effective as there is limited time to study as a Medical Student and it's not only Anatomy you're doing. But personally, I only use Chaurasia when I've read it on Keith Moore first. The textbook sells for around 13,000 naira

LAST ANATOMY
well, this is a book for bosses, if you try to read this book without prior knowledge, you'll feel Anatomy is very hard, But an amazing thing about this book is that it has a lot of 'stuffs', things that they ommited in other textbooks seem to be here, in my own opinion, this book is for Professionals in the field or for students that wants to revise before the Examination. The textbook sells for around 5,000 naira

GRAYS ANATOMY
I personally haven't used this book so much, and I didn't even purchase it, I use the PDF, but with the little I've used, it has amazing graphics, Nice stuffs, overall it is a very nice book.

But, you know, you might run into problem when you're combining a lot of textbooks, cause there is limited time and using multiple is like time wasting and information might just begin to become confusing to you as most textbook have varying information, A textbook can call a value 1.0 and another can call it 1.01, so when you have like 4 values in your head and you're asked during Incourse, you get confused. But it is advisable to use the textbook your lecturer prefers

You could also get a nice ATLAS for diagrams and over here I use Netter's Atlas and my experience with the book has been so wonderful.
How are you guys doing? And How is preparation for resumption

Well I've been in school since January irrespective of the strike, you know as medical students, you need to read a lot and we had some tutorials throughout the strike

Hoping to hear from you guys

Olumide.

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Re: Medical School: The Journey by OlumhideGold: 10:50am On Feb 09, 2019
annoy1:
nobody has an answer for me. disappointing @ op
Well, I don't know anything about the academic structure of LASU
But, I know that over here, it is impossible to change from another course to Medicine except another JAMB is taken.
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Nobody: 4:35pm On Feb 09, 2019
Docs in the house.is Ganong the best for physiology or do we have better ones than Ganong? (I need ur opinions)
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Brukx(m): 3:28pm On Feb 11, 2019
Drmighty:
Docs in the house.is Ganong the best for physiology or do we have better ones than Ganong? (I need ur opinions)
Depends on your college. There are other physiology textbooks; Guyton and Sembuligham
Re: Medical School: The Journey by OlumhideGold: 12:07pm On Mar 02, 2019
Happy New Month Guys
So happy writing here....School schedule has been kinda tight, so I didn't even have any kinda spare time to write here, but I promise to work on how often I deliver contents here. Guys, Pray for me o....I'm having Anatomy Incourse(examination) on March 7th....Thats like my second Anatomy Incourse but I'm still scared in a way
So leggo
I would be telling you guys how my last week was in the Medical school
So, Monday, A very stressful day as all the lecturers have gone to renew themselves, well, for that day, we had histology, and as usual the Man gave us impossible assignments, and owing to the Strike Factor, Most lecturers would love to rush us and make us do impossible things, Ohhhhhhhhh, I forgot, Histology is a sub course under Anatomy, which basically deals with Cells, tissues, Identification of tissues, types of tissues etc. Well, what's a Medical school without a Library, though, I'm not really a Library person but the free periods we had made me consider the option.
On Tuesday, lol, Cadaver day, we don't take our normal classes in Sagamu, we do it in Ikenne, where our dissection room is also situated, Well, by now, most of us have already gotten over our fright for the cadaver, I didn't even go with Nose Mask or gloves, was really tired that day, I slept off in the room, and you know, a lot of Medical students like work, so they were actively busy butchering... Sorry Dissecting,... Classes finished and we had a very tough search for transport to Sagamu under the rain
Wednesday, Thursday Friday, was almost free days for reasons I don't know, most of our lecturers didn't show up, but which student does not like Free day
Yes, Medical Students too have fun, By the evening of Friday, OOUMSA (our Departmental organisation) organized a Social Night, though it was 5-10, but we had so much fun, Movies, Games, PS4, A lot of stuffs, and Dance Mehnn... Really fun, but then, I had to trek home cause I couldn't get bike since it was late
So here am I, about to Happy New Month Guys
So happy writing here....School schedule has been kinda tight, so I didn't even have any kinda spare time to write here, but I promise to work on how often I deliver contents here. Guys, Pray for me o....I'm having Anatomy Incourse(examination) on March 7th....Thats like my second Anatomy Incourse but I'm still scared in a way
So leggo
I would be telling you guys how my last week was in the Medical school
So, Monday, A very stressful day as all the lecturers have gone to renew themselves, well, for that day, we had histology, and as usual the Man gave us impossible assignments, and owing to the Strike Factor, Most lecturers would love to rush us and make us do impossible things, Ohhhhhhhhh, I forgot, Histology is a sub course under Anatomy, which basically deals with Cells, tissues, Identification of tissues, types of tissues etc. Well, what's a Medical school without a Library, though, I'm not really a Library person but the free periods we had made me consider the option.
On Tuesday, lol, Cadaver day, we don't take our normal classes in Sagamu, we do it in Ikenne, where our dissection room is also situated, Well, by now, most of us have already gotten over our fright for the cadaver, I didn't even go with Nose Mask or gloves, was really tired that day, I slept off in the room, and you know, a lot of Medical students like work, so they were actively busy butchering... Sorry Dissecting,... Classes finished and we had a very tough search for transport to Sagamu under the rain
Wednesday, Thursday Friday, was almost free days for reasons I don't know, most of our lecturers didn't show up, but which student does not like Free day
Yes, Medical Students too have fun, By the evening of Friday, OOUMSA (our Departmental organisation) organized a Social Night, though it was 5-10, but we had so much fun, Movies, Games, PS4, A lot of stuffs, and Dance Mehnn... Really fun, but then, I had to trek home cause I couldn't get bike since it was late
So here am I, about to read for my upcoming exam next week... Wish me goodluck for my upcoming exam next week... Wish me goodluck

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Re: Medical School: The Journey by Amiru2018(m): 4:33am On Mar 09, 2019
We offer biology, chemistry, physics, GSP and Mathematics.
Tresellea:


Please, what courses do you take for level 100?
Re: Medical School: The Journey by Brukx(m): 10:08am On Apr 03, 2019
OlumhideGold:

On Tuesday, lol, Cadaver day, we don't take our normal classes in Sagamu, we do it in Ikenne, where our dissection room is also situated, Well, by now, most of us have already gotten over our fright for the cadaver, I didn't even go with Nose Mask or gloves, was really tired that day, I slept off in the room, and you know, a lot of Medical students like work, so they were actively busy butchering... Sorry Dissecting

My first Dissecting session didn't meet my expectations. The cadavers made available for us were so... Don't know how to describe but I will say they have lost all human features. So stiff and dried up. We were not able to appreciate any structure. I don't know if it's the norm in medicine school or its just a case of bad circumstance

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