Cell cycles and cell division may seem like simple topics to review. However, having sufficient knowledge of these topics, as is necessary to excel in the USMLE Step 1, is not easy. Don't be fooled into thinking USMLE Step 1 questions are simple. In fact, they are quite challenging and require a deep understanding of Biology to answer them correctly, which is why reviewing cell cycles and cell division with an expert is a good idea.
Dr. Georgina Cornwall is a Professor of Biology at Colorado Mountain College. Her high-yield lectures will provide you with important insights into the critical concepts behind this science. Dr. Cornwall will give you clinical pearls of knowledge and guide you in the right direction, to best prepare you for the type of questions you can expect from the USMLE Step 1.
This course will cover all of the following, essential concepts:
Don't just scratch the surface when studying. Make sure you have a deep understanding of what you are reviewing. Let an expert help you.
Like the step-by-step discussion. Make it easier for me.
I liked these explanations, but if you are a college student this may not be for you
Nice course very complete in every sense, I like it, keep like that.
I like the format - the lectures are "short and sweet". The lecturer is reasonable easy to listen to. Perhaps it is just because this is a foundation course, but it does feel this material may not be in-depth enough for USMLE step 1. (Or perhaps because it's re-used for non-USMLE students?). The questions are just "okay". There are a few errors, and a couple questions could be worded better. It also seems that some of these questions are testing material that seems only marginally important, and may not be very "high-yield". I wish there was an option to flag review questions to not be included in the "spaced repetition". The "spaced repetition" idea should be for memorizing the most important details, and I don't really want to be memorizing questions that I think are of little importance, incorrect, or poorly worded. (It'd also be a good way your you at Lecturio to decide which questions should be revised - if many people flag it as "don't review again", the question probably needs revision.)