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Scribe notes?

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Do any medical school classes still generate their own scribe notes (that is, notes the class takes turns producing from course lectures?).

If not, what do you youngsters use these days?

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We had a guy Digital tape classes and he burned DVD's for us.

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we don't have an official one, but a lot of people in my class made their own summaries/notes/study guides and sent them out over email. Upper class people also sent whatever they had and also, a lot of the lectures can be listened to in MP3 format, so you can listen to them again online.

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We have notes for each lecture that is produced by each department....Anatomy, histo, biochem, Physio, OMM, and our clinical med calss , gives us an outline of lectures and labs. Anyway we have to pay for the notes (usually just the cost of printing), but it has saved a fortune in books.

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