Anatomy, Histology and Cell Biology: PreTest Self Assessment and Review

Authors Robert M. Klein and George C. Enders. Edition Third. Publisher McGraw-Hill. Pages 576. Price £16.99. ISBN 9780071471855.

May 22, 2008

Students like these books with series of questions and they certainly use them well to assess their knowledge. Answers are provided by the authors, who have themselves relied heavily on standard textbooks, which are listed towards the end of the book. One might beg the question as to whether the student might not be better off buying the larger source textbooks and assimilating the knowledge within. The individual student will decide whether the cost of these books balances with the information obtained.

Who is it for? Ambitious students who are coming up to exams.

Presentation - Good price. Perfect size for the larger pocket.

Would you recommend it? It is not my way of learning, but many will find it useful.

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