I’m a fifth year medical student and I sort of effed myself up by procrastinating TOO much(our year is composed of 10 months out of which I wasted 7 lol)
I’ve always been at the top of my class even if I procrastinated a bit but I don’t think I’ve ever been this far, so I’ve got like one 1000 page textbook of internal medicine, and another 500 page one for pediatrics, and lastly one 100 p book clinical examination methods,
my exams start at the beginning of October(unless they delay it bc of covid19)
I listened to lectures for all of the material for internal medicine and 1/2 the pediatrics, so I understand it but have never tried memorizing or reading anything,
We got one month at home and we are supposed to go back to uni by august for one month to finish the clinical rotatins, then we will have a 1 month period to review our material at home
Can I seriously finish and review the material by the time of the exam?
And what are the most effective methods for it?