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The Forest and the Trees

Recall really has two parts: storing information (encoding), and then being able to find it when we need it (retrieval). When everything is on a neatly labeled shelf, it’s easy to find. When everything is in a nightmare heap, finding what we need can be impossible.

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Partial True vs. Partial False Testing

Imagine you had a friend who came to you in great excitement and told you, “I just had the best date! This person is funny, smart, attractive, a great listener, there’s just one thing… when we were walking down the sidewalk after dinner they saw a puppy and went out of their way to kick it.”

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“The STATMed Class was the best investment in my future that I’ve ever made.”

“The STATMed Class was the best investment in my future that I’ve ever made. It transformed me from a student with terrible study habits who didn’t get into med school on their first try into someone who was in the top 10% of my medical school class. Because of STATMed, I never thought medical school was difficult or stressful; any work I put in always paid off.” Matthew P.

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“Getting into medical school means you have the smarts to master the material, but doesn’t necessarily mean you know how to study. “

“Getting into medical school means you have the smarts to master the material, but doesn’t necessarily mean you know how to study. I was stuck in a cycle of feeling like I was drowning in material. I was studying all the time and not seeing results. I was looking for specific, actionable advice on what I was doing wrong. Ryan and his team are a great resource for the mechanics and literature behind learning and studying. STATMed taught me a skillset that I could incorporate into my study methods for boards and classes; it gave me confidence that if I hit a roadblock, there were ways around it.” Dr. Z, Surgery Resident

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“At the core, I am a not a good test taker.”

“At the core, I am a not a good test taker. I got got through prior to medical school by work ethic alone, spending excessive amounts of time on pure memorization. The workshop helped me learn how to become a better test taker by making me always use the parts of what I know to narrow downoptions and consistently choose the safest answer.” -Tory S

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The STATMed Learning Intro Series

Everything You Need To Know About STATMed, All In One Place — If you are trying to figure out what STATMed Learning is and how we help med students and doctors, take about 15 minutes and check out our three-part STATMed Learning Intro Series: