How to Thrive in your Med Surg Class: Episode 166
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Whatever name it goes by, your Med Surg class is the one that takes up most of your time, causes the most stress and is the most difficult adjustment to make. But it’s completely conquerable, I promise! Learning how to study in the most efficient and effective manner is the key to thriving in this class.
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