I'm in a bit of a pickle; I recently finished my second year of medicine but I've passed these years with an unproductive apathy towards my course. My attendance has been dismal thus far (which I attribute to a dastardly composite of laziness and an errant concentration span that renders redundant any lectures I do sit through) and passing of exams is achieved through inhuman cramming sessions ('sessions' is too light of a word, perhaps 'bender' would be more appropriate) in the two weeks before the exam. While this approach provides temporary respite from the wolves at the door, I'm now concerned that by neglecting the assimilation of information to my long-term memory, I'm gonna be hopelessly incompetent whenever I actually find myself in a position of professional responsibility. By failing to fashion for myself a solid foundation of medical knowledge, I'm worried that I will never truly strike out as anything but a second-rate doctor (this worry isn't so much out of concern for my own inferiority, rather a genuine concern for patients to whose care I will be entrusted).
So I'm trying to amend my attitude; I'm hoping that I can find (or someone here could provide me with) some online resource that presents a stripped-down, skeleton summary of the absolutely essential material I should be able to recall by year 2 of medicine. Does such a resource exist? Revising past lecture notes is not a possibility as attempts to sideline all the superfluous information wouldn't be very time-effective.
Thanks in advance for any replies!