I am studying from scratch, following Ari’s life-saving study planner, for which I am truly grateful, and reading his IMAT course (early access), creating my own Anki, as Ari recommended (created over a thousand so far). I often find myself trying to decide how much I should aim to memorise when studying more involved topics, like reabsorbtion from filtrate, for example. Am I trying to learn too much or not enough? Learning more than IMAT requires will come at a cost of not being able to cover all the topics, so I am having to make my own judgement as to how detailed my knowledge should be. I do realise that for many reasons my judgement is not the best. Ideally, I would like to have a more detailed syllabus, telling me exactly what I need to know. I tried googling it but couldn’t find it. Another option would be to take lots of IMAT tests and derive from them the depth/breadth of knowledge required. However, I can’t do that because I haven’t covered all the topics yet, so, it’s like chicken and egg: in order to know what to learn I need to analyse the test questions, but to do the tests I need to learn. A more detailed syllabus is preferable by far for obvious reasons. In its absence, any advice will be gratefully received.