By Ryan Orwig, Founder of STATMed Learning
Space is Limited, and Classes Fill Up Quickly!
I’m happy to announce that we’ve just added two new sessions of the STATMed Study Skills Class to the 2020 calendar:
Summer session: July 12-19
Winter session: December 26-January 3
At STATMed, one of our biggest complaints with the education system is that no one teaches smart students how to study. So, we designed our online Study Skills Class to help med students, physicians, and other medical professionals succeed in school and when taking boards exams.
If you’re in med school or studying for boards, we know you’re trying to process an astronomical amount of information at an unrelenting pace. Throughout the class, we’ll help you build a personalized toolkit of study skills and memorize medical learning material in a way that really works. We’ll also show you how to schedule your time for optimal performance.
The best way to describe the class is through the words of our past students:
The results of taking The STATMed Class have been phenomenal. I failed my first attempt at first year and had no idea what to do until I met you guys. The difference has been like night and day. The two classes that got me last year just wrapped up, and I made a 22% improvement in each! My bread and butter have been frameworking (and the framework self-test), mapping, and the Academic Study Agenda. I did so well I’ll be a peer tutor next year. STATMed really came through. I just want to say THANK YOU.
– Vic A., OMS-2
“I took the STATMed Class after my MS-1 year, and it changed my life. I went from just passing to scoring in the top 95% of my class in some of my courses, which in turn helped me do well on USMLE Step 1. Many of the attending physicians I worked with were impressed with my knowledge.”
– S. Scott, Medical Student Year 4 (MS4)
What to Expect from the Study Skills Class
The July and December sessions will be offered online in an interactive learning environment. We keep each STATMed Class small, so we get to know each student and can provide relevant feedback specific to your needs.
Students should expect to spend 25-30 hours online in class over the ten days. You’ll also be expected to complete two to five hours of homework each night. Although we meet online, we meet in real-time and engage in back-and-forth conversations just like we would in an in-person classroom.
Class seats are limited and tend to fill up quickly.