The review sheets are seamlessly integrated with the flashcards. When we created Memm, we knew that high-quality, well-integrated review sheets were missing from many other MCAT content review platforms. Our review sheets give you the context and information you need to understand a concept before you try to memorize it. We also created review sheets to be interactive, thus incorporating active learning methods. Anki is a free and open-source flashcard program using spaced repetition, a technique from cognitive science for fast and long-lasting memorization.
Testing for Victory has put together comparing two of the most popular decks above . One of the more recent MCAT Anki decks out there on the web, Jacksparrow2048’s deck wasn’t actually intended for release executive assessment practice questions so is a bit rough around the edges. With the hierarchial tags plugin it works beautifully and you can lock and unlock topics as you go. What’s also very cool is that there are field prompts on some cards.
If you do use a deck with images that is shared online, please do so legally. ★ If you want the hints to show rather than having to click (or hit “h” if you have the hint hotkeys add-on), you can choose to auto-reveal them in the note styling or with the add-on. Here is the BEST MCAT ANKI DECK I found on reddit and was recommended for me to share by far.
When you have a basic framework for your Anki deck, it’s time to start filling in the details. Be sure to add quiz questions, practice passages, and anything else that will help you prepare for the exam. By taking the time to create a comprehensive Anki deck, you’ll be setting yourself up for success on test day. Although it is a bit older than other Anki decks discussed here , RebopBebop’s deck is still relevant and exceptionally well put-together – ideal if you are using Kaplan’s prep materials.
Considered one of the favorites of all MCAT decks created by the Anki community, MileDown’s deck is special to say the least. It’s cloze (fill-in-the-gap) format for most cards too, meaning you can zip through it a bit faster than decks that lean more on the basic card format. There is no “one size fits all” in terms of a universally optimal Anki deck. As we explored in the rundown above, we each have unique learning styles and preferences, as well as individual weaknesses on various portions of the test (psych vs. chemistry, etc.).