Lol no, he should work on his studying techniques though and have a schedule in mind of how he will juggle classes, reviews for the day and study for exams.
I’d suggest buying first aid and pathoma and reading it over, Just like a novel, don’t learn anything just try to understand
Also I’d recommend bookmarking different areas (path, physio, renal path etc)
Oh and solve any and all behavior or relationship problems you have.. have a long distance relationship that you don’t think will work out with a chick? Call her and break up, not worth the headache
Have a bad procrastination habit? Put an alarm for 6am everyday, exercise and avoid anything that wastes time.
Smoking and drinking problem? Talk to your doc and get help asap
Have mental issues/learning problems/depression? Try to get help for it within this month and solve those or atleast begin solving those
Ideally you need a stress free, healthy mind with no pending relationship drama or mental issues. You should focus on med school but don’t make it your life, have some interests out of med school.. or you’ll burn out and you don’t want that.
Ask professors and teachers for as much help as possible. Some will be really rice and help as much as possible, some will become your friends and mentors.. others will be arrogant cunts and just tell you to read the book but ask questions.. sometimes they can answer stuff that hours of google searches can’t
Don’t get distracted by multiple books.. pick 2 good books (first aid and pathoma are most relevant), go over sketchy pharm, microbio .. at least know what the fuck that is and look up anking if you are into rote memoriizng cards like a fucking parrot>>11854015>I’m actually passionate
you won’t be once you see your scores, brainlet. Don’t be over confident, you have a shit ton to learn.