HOW PICMONIC COMPARES

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How to Evaluate Study Resources

Best Fit: Does it support the way I learn best? Is it designed to leverage memory science to be the most effective and efficient tool for me?

Best Investment: Is this tool proven to help me retain critical information so that I do not have to pickup additional tools later?

Best Value: Does it include all of the topics I will need to study to pass my exams, boards and certifications?

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What Students Say

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Jessica S.

I am shocked sometimes when I am working with a preceptor on the wards and I am able to answer a question correctly because I remember a detail from a Picmonic I watched during my first year! I love the way that Picmonic integrates visual and auditory learning, as well as kinesthetic interaction when answering questions. The videos are also short and interesting, so they keep my attention and I don't feel like I am spending too much time on any given topic!

Jessica S.Florence, Alabama - Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine
Breanne W.

Picmonic is an amazing studying source. It utilizes multiple studying tools such as visual learning, auditory learning, and memory. It is a creative way to remember the pathophysiology and key facts about each topic. I would highly recommend Picmonic to any classmate or student.

Breanne W.Charleston, West Virginia - University of Charleston
Lori G.

I love Picmonic! It’s good for most subjects and AMAZING for Pharmacology – I retain everything. Picmonic is goofier which helps – I keep it open in class and re-listen to audios when driving with Play All. It’s helpful that the drug brand names are included, and that a little of the stories & scene are included in the educational audio! In comparison, SketchyNursing is more expensive, and the connections aren’t as strong. Their videos are 25 minutes long, taking too much time and work to find relevant content inside of a video.

Lori G.Buffalo, New York - SUNY - Buffalo