Picmonic uses unique, memorable images, videos and stories to help increase memory retention. It is the only visual mnemonic learning tool that has been research proven to increase recall and retention and help students ace their exams.
Picmonic boosts confidence and grades. Our IRB study proved that with the Picmonic learning system students saw increased retention by 331% and a 50% increase in test scores after just 1 week.
Picmonic founders and medical students Ron Robertson and Adeel Yang took the idea of image mnemonics and applied clever pictures and humorous characters tied together with story and audio -- and put it online to create the ultimate studying system for retention and memory recall.
Psychologists and education researchers have found mnemonics to be an effective tool in increasing retention and memory recall since our brains are designed to work with meaning. With Picmonic, facts are conveyed through picture mnemonics and videos, boosting your learning effectiveness by forming associations with memorable characters and stories and built in daily quizzing.
Memory is a skill that can be improved over time with repeated practice and healthy habits. Picmonic is based on memory science principles and is a proven method for enhancing memory retention.
Picmonic was developed after many years of development and testing. In a randomized, double-blind, controlled study, the Picmonic Learning System was compared to text-based material (like textbooks and lecture notes) and found that medical students improved by 331% in long-term memory retention and increased test scores by 50% after using Picmonic. Since then, the benefits of the Picmonic approach have been extended to Nursing, Nurse Practitioner, Physicial Assistant, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic and Pre-Health students.
Picmonic works by connecting wacky stories and characters to boring pharmacological principles.
The weirder the connection the more you seem to remember stuff.
I love picmonic. I have always been a visual learner and these cartoons help me so much. I easily bring the image to mind when being tested on material.
I am a visual learner. I used Picture mnemonics in my Allied Health class YEARS ago & still think of them this day. When I saw Picmonics; the art got me. I had my first exam & Picmonic helped me think through the answers. I know my friends are tired of me praising & tagging. But, as a skeptic, I HAVE to praise what works! Thank you Picmonic!