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What is the secret to getting a good match for medical residency?

Samuel B. Wood shares his story so you can learn how a successful med student matched in his dream residency program.Recently, Picmonic asked a few… (Read More)

How Long Should I Study for USMLE Step 1?

When you’re prepping to study for the USMLE Step 1, you probably find yourself grappling with a bunch of questions. How much do I actually… (Read More)

Med Study Tips: AMBOSS + Picmonic = Efficient Studying

Picmonic has taken what the science shows – image mnemonics work – but we’ve boosted its effectiveness by building and associating memorable characters, interesting audio… (Read More)

Advice from a 4th year medical student – an open letter to the incoming SMD 2022 class

With permission from the author, published below is an email from a 4th year medical student to the incoming first year class. By request the… (Read More)

Recommended Resource: How to use Picmonic and Osmosis Together

What is Osmosis?Osmosis is an efficient, enjoyable, and social way to learn. Access to Osmosis includes:• A comprehensive video library with access to over 800… (Read More)

A Near-Death Experience Motivates a Med School Journey

Meet BrittanWe met Brittan in Denver at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. We were fortunate enough to be able to spend the afternoon… (Read More)

Picmonic Student Reviews

Hear how students use Picmonic to boost test scores and remember everything they need to know in less time!  I was introduced to Picmonic by a… (Read More)

Does an MS1 Really Need 4 Years of Picmonic in Med School?

Many years ago, if someone were to tell me there was an opportunity to have a tutor help me in med school, I would have… (Read More)

Seeking Acceptance when Applying to Medical School

As any medical school applicant knows, the MCAT is only the first step in a very long journey. Applying to medical school is dotted with… (Read More)

Student-to-Student: How I Matched into Internal Medicine at Albert Einstein

Nai Chien Yeat is a current M4 at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He matched into Internal Medicine at Albert Einstein’s Moses-Weiler…. (Read More)

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