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.
Almost no information really disappointing. Use Step 1 2018 page 46 ... Even a student could have presented the topic in more depth as it is important.
I believe that she is a great lecturer but, the issue is the way of delivering the lesson and how much was she ready to record the tuition. anyway it was a good experience for both of us, she let me search a lot for the genetics to unwind condense informations :)
The lecturer did not appear confident looking into notes too often. Too many hand gestures are a distraction especially when not pointing to the stuff on the slides. The material was not presented in an easy or simple way. Made it more complicated that it actually is. I feel difficulty in continuing to the next lectures without understanding this.
I feel like she is just reading notes that she has been just handed over.