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Is there any tips on memorizing topics for school?

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Kess’s Answer

My go-to for memorization for medical school:

Anki - this is a flashcard system, free for download. Either you can make your own flashcards, see if anyone in your class or school has made some, or download full decks off the internet. This program uses timed repetition to encourage recall.

Pixorize / Sketchy - these are medical visual memory aids. These are great for nailing down the nitty-gritty of different medications, diseases, and others. If you are a visual learner, these are great tools.

Also, consider outside resources such as Online MedEd and Osmosis. Some resources can be accessed for free.

Good luck!

Kess recommends the following next steps:

Download Anki - https://apps.ankiweb.net/
Osmosis - https://www.youtube.com/c/osmosis/videos
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Richard’s Answer

Go to class. Plan to spend 2-3 hours studying for every hour of lecture. Attend your professor's office hours and any TA review sessions. If there is a test bank, use that as a study tool to understand what your professor wants you to focus on for the test.
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