Registration is Now Open for Two Spring 2023 STATMed Study Skills Classes We’re excited to announce that we’ve added new STATMed Study Skills Class sessions to the 2023 calendar! Registration is now open for the spring sessions: Session A: March 31- April 9 Session B: May 5- May 14 If you’re in med school or …
Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable During Med School Exams
Get comfortable being uncomfortable during med school exams and boards and you may be able to skip some testing issues.
The STATUS CHECK — the unsung hero of the STATMed Test-taking process
The status check is an often overlooked strategy to improve your test-taking for medical school or on the boards. We dig into how you can try it!
Knowledge Vs. Test-Taking – What’s Causing You To Miss Questions in Med School?
In part 4 of our Learning in Med School 101 series, we help you discover the root of your bad test-taking and what’s causing you to miss questions in med school.
15 Pieces of Advice to Ignore when Struggling in Med School
In part 3 of the Learning in Med School 101 series, we dig into 15 pieces of advice to ignore when you’re struggling in medical school.
Improve Your Med School Grades with this Skill
Stop “reviewing” and start “retrieving”. Retrieval practice is the most important skill for improving medical study skills. Any act of RETRIEVAL PRACTICE should follow three steps: choosing material; attempting retrieval; and self-check.
Struggling with the NAVLE?
How the STATMed Study Skills Class Helped One Vet Pass the NAVLE “After failing the NAVLE twice, I decided to take the STATMed Study Skills Class and figure out what I needed to do differently this next time as I studied for my boards. Before STATMed, I was using charts, highlighting, rewriting, and plowing through …
Your Questions Answered: What to Expect When You Take the STATMed Study Skills Class
The STATMed Study Skills Class: Frequently Asked Questions Part 2 When you’ve spent a semester — or even years — struggling in medical school (or a related field), it can feel like a huge step to ask for help. Maybe you’ve tried to reach out to tutors or peers or switch up your study habits …
The NAVLE BOOT CAMP is Here to Help Veterinarians Pass Their Boards
Our new boot camp helps veterinarians prepare for the NAVLE by combining our test-taking workshop and study skills course A lot rides on the NAVLE — it’s the culmination of countless hours of lectures, studying and preparation. And it can be really nerve-wracking if you’re not a great test-taker and if your study habits leave …
The Basic Circuit of Learning: A simplified look at learning in med school
In this video, part of our Med School 101 series, we introduce some basic structural learning concepts including the basic circuit of learning.