If you’re a premed, you’ve got lots of reading to do. But there’s one book that you just cannot miss out on.
Check out today’s Dominate Premed Show to discover the book you have to pick up before med school.
“You should focus on yourself and improving yourself through your reading.”
In your premed career, you have to read Physiology by Linda S. Costanzo.
This is the #1 thing you need to learn during premed to set you up for success in med school. You HAVE to have a solid knowledge of physiology.
Physiology sets the foundation for all the other branches of science and medicine! You cannot succeed without knowing as much as you can about the field. It will help you in all of your classes and your medical career as a whole.
Physiology helps relate all the other courses to the human body. It helps you to put a real-life example on the materials you’re learning.
“Too much time is spent on things that aren’t moving you toward your goal.”
Take this book slow. It doesn’t have to be a speed read. Take your time, absorb the material, and reread it if you need to.
If you’re thinking about applying to medical school, you need a solid foundation of physiology. This particular textbook hits the perfect balance between complex and straightforward.
Physiology is more helpful than anatomy because, with physiology, you’ll gain a working knowledge of the body instead of just memorizing random muscles and body parts.
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