Mehmet K, and others thank you for your feedback! I hope this message finds you and your loved ones safe in 2021. I read your comments, and try to deeply reflect upon them. I thoroughly enjoy the feedback that I receive from you the medical students and doctors, fore; it allows me to improve upon the art that I have been fortunate enough to be part for the past 20 years. Thanks to individuals such as you who take the time out of your busy schedule to express what is on your mind, it allows me to always be improving as a medical educator. There are numerous other resources out there, as you are aware, and I feel privileged that you wish to invest your time and money with me and Lecturio. As any patient should receive 2nd and 3rd opinions about treatment protocol, and even encourage such behavior by doctors who are secure in themselves, I would recommend the same for you so that you are constantly being fed and inspired by medical knowledge! You live in golden age of medical education and possess tools at your disposal to excel in your medical school coursework, USMLE/PLAB/MER, etc. I hope you find a resource that you can relate to, if it's me, fantastic, if not, that's okay too, but the most important thing is that you/me, WE, continue on our journey of growth and humility. Thank you all for making me a part of your academic life, however brief it may be. ~Carlo Raj
this doc has a disgusting accent and teaching method. weird jokes and attitudes. if lecturio would like to improve itself, the very first thing is to sack this man and find a proper lecturer like anesthesiologist one.
Like the way Dr.raj teaches everything he can make tough concepts easy with his way of teaching repeating himself
Concise! Sat through a lecture for an hour on Vasculitis and when I later went in to do homework I realized that I learned in less than 10 minutes what I sat through for an hour! Amazing! But, I'd like to continue using it that way. Get the long lectures in, for an in-depth overview, and use lecture to "make it mine".