There are advantages to having tests every other week. For one thing everything is still relatively fresh in your mind, for another you get every other weekend where you still study but you can decompress a bit and relax.
Meanwhile, I'm trying to plan out my studying for next Monday so that I don't end up cloistered in my study room this weekend. We are done with classes at noon tomorrow and on Friday, so I am going to try to utilize those afternoons to go over the material from last week. I am still trying to figure out if there is any advantage is streaming the lecture more than once or if I should just stream once and then just use the annotated slides.
The workload remains steady, consistently busy but not horrible. I'm still withholding judgement on the educational value of the team based learning exercises. Some are more useful than others, but overall I worry that I get more out of studying on my own. It is a strange shift in perception since I've always preferred classroom learning.
In other news I finally have access for the slides to my autopsy case! We're going over them on Thursday, and it should be good since it was such a complex case. My lab professor is actually presenting the eyes to some of the ophthalmology staff today but I'll have to miss it for class. I will have to check back in with him to find out if they were able to diagnose the anomalies they found (which were oddly enough, not the anomalies they were expecting to find). This was an amazing case to be able to see/be able to present.