Do you use your laptop? I do a lot, but I'm in med school.
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3/17/06 at 2:19am
Originally Posted by flanken
I use mine every day, in every class. In fact, most days I don't even pick up a pen. I even take all my exams by computer. But then, I'm in law school, where this is practically the de facto norm. Excessive wordiness and a lack of images lends itself to typing.
You know, having done some basic med school courses, I never quite figured out how a laptop factored into the equation; the only place where it made sense for me was Microscopic Anatomy lab sessions with powerpoint slides. The rest was so diagram-heavy, though, that I felt like I learned by marking up the syllabus.
Originally Posted by whuds
Yea our classes have ppt that we copy and study from, Netters cd I use as an altlas, all my books on pdf ( have you ever lifted the clinical oriented anatomy, wheaters and developing human? WOW it's like 30+ LBS all together verses 5 lbs af computer + ac adapter, which would you choose?) Oh and the netters adds another 7 to 8lbs.