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Everyone has different styles of studying, so pick the one you find the most effective.  I will state that from personal experience what I found most effective was buying lots of little carryable books and question books.  Repetition is the heart of memorization, but can any of you really tell me you can read the same book more than once without becoming catatonic, well I cannot.  So the trick is to get the same info, with different pictures and different formats in multiple small digestible books and read them.  It works -- trust me, those of you who know me, know how well I did on the exams -- you have asked many times what my trick was, well that was it.  These are the books I used, I highly recommend all of them.

Color Atlas of Ophthalmology: the Manhattan Eye, Ear, & Throat Hospital Pocket Guide
by
Suresh Mandava, Tara Sweeney, David R. Guyer by Suresh Mandava, Tara Sweeney, David R. Guyer

 

 

 

The Wills Eye Manual: Office and Emergency Room Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Disease
by
Douglas J. Rhee (Editor), Mark F. Pyfer (Editor), Douglas M. Rhee (Editor) by Douglas J. Rhee (Editor), Mark F. Pyfer (Editor), Douglas M. Rhee (Editor)

 

 

 

Ophthalmology Review Manual
by
Kenneth C. Chern (Editor), Michael E. Zegans by Kenneth C. Chern (Editor), Michael E. Zegans

 

 

 

 

The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Review Manual for Ophthalmology
by
Jeffrey C., Md. Lamkin by Jeffrey C., Md. Lamkin

 

 

 

Review of Ophthalmology: A Question and Answer Book
by
Kenneth C. Chern (Editor), Kenneth W. Wright (Editor) by Kenneth C. Chern (Editor), Kenneth W. Wright (Editor)

 

 

 

Neuro Ophthalmology Review Manual (5th ed)
by
Lanning B. Kline, Bajandas, Frank J. Bajandas by Lanning B. Kline, Bajandas, Frank J. Bajandas

 

 

 

 

Ophthalmic Diagnosis & Treatment
by
Myron Yanoff (Editor), Inc. Current Medicine by Myron Yanoff (Editor), Inc. Current Medicine

 

 

 

 

Isbn# is : 0750625007Ophthalmology: Examination Techniques: Questions and Answers
BROADWAY, D

 

 

 

Isbn# is : 1560531657Ophthalmology Secrets (Secrets Series)
by James F. Vander, Janice A. Gault

 

 

 

 

 Colour Atlas of Ophthalmology
by Arthur Siew Ming Lim, Ian J. Constable, Arthuir Lim Siew Ming, Tien Yin Wong, Wong Tien Yin

 

 

 

 

The Ophthalmology Examinations Review
by Tien Yin Wong

 

 

 

 

A Textbook of Clinical Ophthalmology: A Practical Guide to Disorders of the Eyes and Their Management
by Peng Khaw, Ronald P. Crick

 

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