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A Brand New Product: Picmonic for MCAT Biology

Over the past few months, the team at Picmonic has been working hard to provide medical students with the best possible picture mnemonics for the med school and Step 1 needs. The responses from our students have been so overwhelmingly positive, we felt a responsibility to expand our reach a bit. While we continue to update and add to the 330+ cards we’re offering to medical students, we’ve also been busy creating Picmonic cards for pre-med students.

Our team is excited to announce that we’re going to be releasing Picmonic for MCAT Biology this June!

All of the same good stuff from Picmonic that medical students across the country and internationally have been falling in love with, is going to now be available to help out the pre-med community.

We know that before the USMLE Step 1, the biggest beast of an exam around was the MCAT. So it makes sense that we would strive to apply the Picmonic methodology to the medical school entrance exam. We met with pre-meds after they took the MCAT to create biology videos for students and Picmonic cards for 80 biology concepts to help students move through that section with speed and confidence. And we’re confident that it’s going to deliver results.

If you, or someone you know, would benefit from checking these cards out before they’re released to the masses, sign up for our Beta. Pass along the site: picmonic.com/mcat to anyone you may know who is prepping for the MCAT, or needs a good refresher on essential biology. Picmonic is a great tool to use as your pre med study guide, so join today. We’re looking forward to hearing what you all think!

Ron Robertson

Ron Robertson, Co-founder & CEO, Picmonic Inc.

Ron Robertson founded Picmonic as a 3rd-year medical student at the University of Arizona. He’s at the helm of Picmonic’s mission to lead and inspire a new era of learning through innovative and effective educational solutions. Ron holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the University of San Diego with a focus on memory science, is the product visionary behind Picmonic, and is involved in every aspect of the company.

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