Medical Textbooks (PDF versions)

Hi Everyone!!

I was asked by @dankamphetamemes to share my holy grail textbooks and I did, but I thought I’d do you guys one better. I recommended that you should check them out in PDF versions before you buy them because honestly they’ll burn a hole through your pocket - so I gathered all the books I use and a couple of others for you to check out!! 

Heres a list of books you’ll find in my google drive:

- Robbins and Cotran’s Pathological Basis of Disease

- BRS Pathology

- Lippincott’s Biochemistry

- Lippincott’s Pharmacology

- Physiology by Linda Costanzo

- BRS Physiology

- Moore’s Clinically Oriented Anatomy

- Gray’s Anatomy Flashcards 

- Unfortunately I couldn’t find a PDF version of Medical Microbiology by David Greenwood - Ill keep looking and upload it when I find it

Extra books/flashcards:

- Guyton and Hall Textbook of Physiology

- Clinical Microbiology made ridiculously simple

- Netters Anatomy Flashcards

- Snells Clinical anatomy by regions

If you happen to face any trouble downloading them or accessing them shoot me a message and let me know

Here’s the link - enjoy!!



woohoo, all those notes making my brain go mushy was totally worth it. I was so nervous opening up the results, thought I was going to have a heart attack from the stress, but it was all good!! I wish everyone the best of luck with their exams and results!

•introductory post•

hi everyone ! 

my name is tessnim (you can call me tess) and i am 17 years old. i live near paris, france. 

i was what you can call an a+ student back in high school [where i was until last year]. this year i’m in my first year of med school :)  

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Things I learned after 1 semester in Med School
  •  A day is always not enough so you better start when you can
  • You studied but you failed, well that’s okay
  • Grades don’t measure your capabilities as a future doctor
  • Listen every lecture, I know you’re tired studying the whole night, but listening is always an advantage
  • It’s okay to cry but move on and do your best next time
  • I know you’re not yet done studying but you also need to sleep and get some rest
  • You must know your best stuying time 
  • Do not skip your meals. You need it!
  • Surround yourself with people you will lift your spirit in everything
  • Choose your friends
  • It’s okay to missed your bestfriend’s birthday party, you’ll be missing more soon
  • Find the beauty in everything you do

Studying medicine is a big deal, not just your tuition fee or the time you’ll be spending but you will be handling lives in the future as a physician. If you do not do it with fun, sooner or later, quiting will be an option. This will not be easy but I know you can do it. If others can, we can all do it!