So, proceed with caution when choosing how many new cards to do a day. Towards the end of the year, I heard of this “amazing” new deck called “Zanki” which was 26,000+ cards. Watch Pathoma, do corresponding Zanki Path and Physiology cards. V2. Very happy with my score. My question is, how do I go about finding all of the relevant cards for a given Pathoma topic? The best piece of advice that I believe the noobs should take away from this post is to stick with a deck and do all reviews every day. You know that you’re trying to remember which transporter brings Fe2+ into duodenal cells. If you find yourself to go more slowly, then think about using a combination of Physeo, Duke’s Pathoma, and Pepper’s pharmacology and microbiology decks. Or is it just presented in a different way than in Zanki? Finally, she honed her approach to UWorld to master question interpretation. Learn how to effectively use We are medical students making videos and tutorials on how to use Anki so that your premed, medical or other education is easier and fun! A few people have reached out to me after I responded to an earlier thread about having a version of Zanki with the Pathoma tagged by video and therefore structured like LY's deck for BaB. Zanki Physiology + Pathology Anki Deck. Here’s what’s in the deck: Ultra Zanki Deck First Aid Pathoma UWorld Lolnotacop Deck Due to e’ve sent some of our most experienced USMLE tutors to test out different flashcard sites and provide a complete review of their features. Many of us wish we did better. Pepper Pharm and Pepper Micro. Go to the top left corner and click on File and Import. I would start it earlier. How as that work load wise with everything else you were doing at the time? I sorted it by books; so I went through all of First Aid, followed by all of Pathoma. “Memorize a gazillion facts, and you’ll do great on Step 1!” However, there are many hidden costs (and questionable assumptions) underlying […] Stick to a deck - it doesn't matter which one. Watch Pathoma and do the corresponding Zanki Path and Physio cards, Read Goljan Rapid Review Pathology (stopped during the last couple months). Today we are reviewing Zanki, a flashcard deck resource with more than 20,000 cards. It is more efficient to learn the material first and then use … I feel like a lot of people have mixed opinions on all random vs. current subject. Towards the end of dedicated, confidence is more important than knowledge. It’s true, chronic rheumatic disease does lead to thickening of chordae tendineae and cusps, but if this image is placed on a test (which is itself unlikely), you will definitely be given other information to work with. It can be a powerful tool to consolidate large-scale conceptual information after a study block or to prime yourself before beginning one.” Your Quick Guide on How to use Pathoma wisely for the USMLE Step 1: 1. Zanki is broken into broad topics and subtopics. Pathology – Duke’s Pathoma This deck is a fan favorite for those overwhelmed with the high number of cards in Zanki or Light year. Pathology, or the study of diseases, is an important part of that test. I had a 31 on MCAT. I spent much of this time brushing up on things I did not know as well. It promised to cover everything you need to know. Which pre-made deck should I use? What more could you ask for? Step 1 Anki Deck The AnKing Step 1 Deck . In a prior blog post we wrote “Use Pathoma as an appetizer or a nightcap to your studying, not as the main course. In other words, Zanki is best used as a supplement (NOT substitute) to primary study resources such as UWorld, First Aid and Pathoma. If you have further questions about our professional experience with Zanki as a USMLE study tool, you can send us an email at Our Final Recommendations for USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 studies with Pathoma Use Pathoma as an appetizer or a nightcap to your studying, not as the main course. To open the Zanki decks, make sure you have downloaded the files for Physiology + Pathology, and Pharmacology first before anything else. That way you can go through the explanations slowly. Burnout is real. Now that you have the scaffolding, it’s time to download decks and start using them. into duodenal cells. Also did some random USMLErx questions during breaks. With that said, I try to use Zanki with First Aid and Pathoma to supplement my lectures. They are under a “Pathoma” tag. Zanki has all the pathoma chapters Reactions: 1 user Reply About the Ads bonemann 2+ Year Member Dec 9, 2017 69 120 Jan 9, 2018 #4 Thanks for the responses, guys. This is again a concisely and clearly asked question, but the answer is not particularly high-yield for USMLE Step 1. Everyone has access to the same resources. everything? For UWorld I'd start it a couple months before dedicated and start with it random as at that point you should have seen almost all the material, if not all of it. We also have a written version of the steps to update here. So if you're doing mixed you have to think more and the real test is mixed. If you do 200 new cards each day, this means you will have ~200 new cards the next day, plus whatever old cards are new that day. It has info that is not in Pathoma/Zanki but that info is in UWorld. 3. The more Qbank questions the better because there are only so many ways test writers can ask certain questions. It depends what you’re looking for. There are just too many cards (20,000+) to get through in a single dedicated test prep time frame (

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