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On the STATMed Podcast: Study Skills Class Debrief Part 2

From mapping to memory palaces, STATMed Alumni share the skills that have transformed their studying habits If you’re struggling in medical school (or a related field), the tools you’re using may be working against you. If you’re relying on reading and re-reading material or continually listening to lectures but not getting the results you’re looking …

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On the STATMed Podcast: Study Skills Class Debrief Part 1

“I was on the brink of failure…I typed portions of vignettes of my story directly into Google and found a testimonial of one of your former students that was my story on the page. I thought okay, I could have written this story, so this is the place I need to start.” -Elise, a first-year medical student

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3 Common Study Problems Med Students Face

I sometimes take for granted the success our STATMed Class students experience, so it was nice to be reminded when I spoke to Sophia. When I met her, she had just failed her first year of medical school, the first time she ever failed anything.

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On the STATMed Podcast: Strategies to Prep for Medical Boards Pt 3

“But if you’re hurrying, picking the first answer that looks right if you’re missing key words, and you know that you’re that kind of test taker because all through pharmacy or medical school or veterinary school, you’re constantly complaining to your professors, ‘I picked the first answer that looked right’, or’ I missed this important phrase in the question’, you’re the type of person that better slow down a little bit and utilize your time resource a little bit more effectively.” – Dr. Culhane