These are complete SketchyMicro and SketchyPharm Anki decks that I made while I was studying for USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1! I found that Anki was the best way for me to memorize all of the SketchyMedical sketches. I still remember them all and use this knowledge in my clinical rotations. I’m telling you, Anki = long term memory.
If you don’t know what Anki is or how to use it, you can read about it and download the app here.
To read about how I studied for boards and get all my tips & tricks, check out my blog post here.
About these decks
The cards in this deck contain small, cropped portions of the overall sketch – these force you to focus on all of the small details of each sketch.
You must download these decks to your computer, NOT to your phone. You must also have Anki installed on your computer. *The file you will download is a zip file (a compressed file), thus, you will have to open these zip files to see the Anki decks.* Once you download them your computer that has Anki installed, open them. They will open directly into your Anki app. Now that they are on your computer, you can sync your Anki account with your phone so that you can access them on the go.
Notes with the tag “*edited_by_nicolet.life” are cards for which I added my own memory hook. If you do not want to use these, feel free to delete them by sorting your cards by that specific tag, highlighting all the cards under that tag, and simply deleting them.
Text in grey font is supplemental information.
Text in black font is the most important, high yield information.
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This post is not sponsored by any of the companies mentioned above. The opinions in this post are solely my own.