caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
Which one better vander or sherwood human physiology book? I will take physio next semester ( a week later). The required txtbk is Vander, but after reading both books , I strongly prefer sherwood since it makes more sense to me than vander? I feel like I will not get good grades by reading sherwood cuz questions on exams will be based on vander. What should I do
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  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I recommend you take Vander considering your class and exams are based on it. if you can, maybe try reading Sherwood as well, since you understand. By the way, I know nothing about either book, only what you have just mentioned.
caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
@Gabebro13 Tnaks for the advice. I'll try to do that but vander has been a torture for me I tried to read ahead during the summer hoiday and was completely drown in its excessive amount of detail ( same thing happened on my immunology text which is janeway) . I end up taking youtube lesson with silverthorn's book and is now revisiting physio with sherwood
anonymous
  • anonymous
I dont know how big these books are but you could read sherwood first for understanding and then you will probably grasp vander better when you read that one.

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