How I Memorized EVERYTHING in MEDICAL SCHOOL - (3 Easy TIPS)

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  • Published on Feb 22, 2019
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    Here are few of the techniques I used in MED SCHOOL to memorize everything for the tests, and boards, and how I became a DOCTOR :). Hope you find some of these tips helpful!

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Comments • 2 501

  • Dr. Cellini
    Dr. Cellini  2 years ago +1

    For a closer look at my Study Sheet - Watch PART 2 of this video!

  • Dr. Najeeb Lectures
    Dr. Najeeb Lectures 2 years ago +4

    Lasting knowledge results from clear concepts.

  • Steve Hawke
    Steve Hawke 2 years ago +4

    The 3 tips:

  • Jacky
    Jacky Year ago +187

    1. Find a study spot, create a schedule, get into a routine

  • Junius Ong
    Junius Ong Year ago +5

    Who else is studying how to study rather than actually studying?

  • Chann P
    Chann P 2 years ago +3

    Holy heck, the part where you said you visualise where the specific information is on a page when I told my friends that when I try to remember something I would close my eyes and visualise where that information is on my notes and they think I’m just crazy and thinks it’s just not possible 😤 glad to know I’m not the only one that do that

  • Beautiful Memories with Dr Deepti Phansopkar

    This was simply amazing... These are the exact strategies I've used throughout undergrad and med school and I can attest to the effectiveness of them all. Although I rarely used study partners, I know that I left some points on the table as a result.

  • voice88out
    voice88out 2 years ago +3

    Excellent, I feel sorry for the current generation because a lot of distractions exist in their life

  • C He
    C He 2 years ago +4

    The best way of learning for me is actually teaching, if that makes sense

  • Alyanna Mejia
    Alyanna Mejia 2 years ago +835

    I read it out loud in a British accent to help with memory, I’m not sure why but it has always worked for me! 😂

  • Chris L
    Chris L  +133

    My straight A college student daughter says that taking notes, then rewriting the notes, then explaining the concepts (to me in this case, to another person willing to listen and ask questions) helps solidify information. She sets a study schedule, listens to lo-fi that keeps out other distracting sounds, then does her homework this way.

  • Mr. Abramyan

    It's tough having a study partner when everything is online and you can't communicate with others like you would during in-person classes. But thank you for the other tips. I also color code and during exams, I'm mentally able to "go back" and remember material based on which color the certain acronym, word, definition, etc was.

  • Infarlock
    Infarlock 2 years ago +8

    I can't even focus on the video, I just scroll down the comments while listening

  • ambdance00
    ambdance00 2 years ago +1

    I would never survive in med school lol. One of the worst things I hated in school was studying. Props to all you doctors out there who got through it

  • Simply Adona
    Simply Adona 2 years ago +109

    Spatial recognition.... you explained this so well. I was trying to explain to someone, how I recall information for a multiple choice exam. I was telling him that I always seemed to “see” my notes when I’m recalling the information. Thanks for that

  • Austin Nguyen
    Austin Nguyen 2 years ago +5

    Can’t agree more about setting a routine and following through with it! Thanks for making the time to share your tips 👍

  • THE USMLE GUYS
    THE USMLE GUYS 2 years ago +21

    This was simply amazing... These are the exact strategies I've used throughout undergrad and med school and I can attest to the effectiveness of them all. Although I rarely used study partners, I know that I left some points on the table as a result. Verbalizing for me was a game-changer, especially with the harder to recall topics for me (micro most often). Condensing was also a 'must' and while it took more time up-front, it saved me hours upon hours come crunch-time. Thanks for sharing, I hope everyone watching follows these tips, they're all super-effective. Love the channel!

  • ivette uribe
    ivette uribe 2 years ago +9

    The one sheet study guide is genius! Thank you so much! Definitely will help us visual and kenetic learners!!! I’m actually excited about studying this way. Thanks again!

  • Danielle Coffey
    Danielle Coffey 2 years ago +2

    Thanks for your help. I’m in nursing school and I’m my 30s. I’m almost done but sometimes I feel my brain has reached its maximum capacity. I have 4 young kids and so many things going on but I am still pushing forward as hard as I can. Thanks for the tips.

  • Fisayo Adelabu
    Fisayo Adelabu 2 years ago +9

    the best way to remember is to understand