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  • If you're a premed, that will be taking the M cat in the future.

  • You've likely heard about the power of space repetition between Anke and Meme, which is better.

  • Let's break it down.

  • Category by category.

  • Doctor Job All med school insiders dot com meme was launched a couple months ago, and since then we've received glowing reviews.

  • But there's always room for improvement, and we didn't want to rest on our laurels.

  • Since then, the meme team and I have added a new and improved search functionality.

  • Single topic.

  • Studying for targeted focus on weaknesses, extension plans.

  • Refined the content and integrated the upcoming med school insiders M cat course.

  • If you want to get in on the M s, I m.

  • Cat course, make sure you're signed up for my newsletter Link In the description as that's, the Onley place will be providing early access and heavy discounts.

  • But you didn't come here for mem updates.

  • You want to know how it compares to the more established space repetition king before we dive in a few disclaimers.

  • First note that this is a comparison of the two tools as it relates to the M cat.

  • Meme is specialized for the M cat science sections at this time, including Bio, Biochem, Memphis and Psych.

  • So sh we do plan to expand into other areas in the future, but we're not there yet.

  • Second, I'm one of the founders of men, and if you have a problem with me talking about the fruits of my labor, that could benefit my audience on my YouTube channel, Then this video may raise your blood pressure, considering we've already helped several hundreds of students, many of whom have left raving reviews, I'm proud to share this valuable tool with those who want to excel on the M Cat.

  • If my goal with medical insiders is to help people more effectively become doctors, and my team and I have developed a new product that helps students excel on the M cat, then it would be foolish not to share with my audience.

  • And third, being on keep our users and experts, we saw weaknesses in the tool and specifically designed them to address those deficiencies.

  • We've used it for years throughout medical school residency and refined our use of the tool over time, thinking to ourselves.

  • There has to be a better way and my biased.

  • Any founder that puts their blood, sweat, tears and best work into their new project is going to be biased.

  • Regardless, consider the merit of my statements.

  • Try out the tool yourself with a two week free trial and make your judgments based on the meme philosophy and execution.

  • I'm incredibly proud of what we created because we're offering tremendous value to our users.

  • Without further ado, let's dive in the most common and severe impediment to Anke is the learning curve involved.

  • It's not easy to simply pick up, begin using and quickly start studying for the MCAT.

  • Rather, Anke requires technical knowledge to properly set up knowing which plug ins to use and conducting research on either which are the best pre made decks to use or how to make good flashcards yourself.

  • This last point cannot be overstated.

  • The overwhelming majority of students make poor cards not following the established flashcard best practices.

  • This is only natural.

  • There's a learning curve involved with making good flashcards, Yet the cost is tremendous.

  • Poor flashcards are wide ranging, such as making too many cards or putting too much information on cards or not testing discreet information These factors result in minimal or even negative value from using on key, causing students to drop space repetition altogether.

  • Meme, on the other hand, addresses the space repetition barriers to entry.

  • There are no plug ins to install, no flash cards to make and no confusing interface between the user and studying for the M cat.

  • You simply log in and begin studying.

  • There's a minimal learning curve, and the flashcards are comprehensive and follow best practices.

  • This round easily goes to ma'am.

  • Next up, the cost Anke is an application you must download to use on your computer, with both Mac OS or Windows being supported on Android, the APP is free to use on IOS.

  • You must pay a one time fee of $25 to install the APP.

  • If you're on a tighter budget, you can always opt to use the Web app interface on your phone.

  • Although this may be Laghi less customizable and less robust than buying the dedicated Anke IOS app, this just provides you access to the actual space repetition software.

  • Without any of the M cat related content, creating cards is free.

  • To do.

  • It simply requires a large amount of time and effort.

  • You can also download pre made decks for free, which are decks of flashcards created by other premed.

  • Studying for the M cat Meme is an online study tool that doesn't require installation of any additional software.

  • It's optimized to work smoothly and seamlessly in your Web browser, whether on your computer phone or any device with a modern Web browser.

  • Meme offers a free seven day trial, after which pricing is based on the subscription length purchased.

  • While meme is reasonably priced, it's hard to beat free, so the winner in this round is on key.

  • Third.

  • Let's talk about learning new M cat content with Anke, you're presented a series of flash cards in a random order.

  • If you are using a pre made deck, this presents as a significant issue, as it's not easy to memorize.

  • Information.

  • If your content review and flashcards are out of sync, tags can help, but it's far from a perfect solution.

  • You may find yourself reviewing the biology tag, but looking at cellular bio or metabolism when you wanted to reinforce molecular biology instead, you can get around this by making your own cards.

  • That way, you can simply create cards relevant to the topics you are studying.

  • At any given moment, however, the added time and effort spent creating cards could be better spent memorizing with men.

  • Your first presented a sheet, which includes condensed, well organized and high yield information that you need to know for the M cat.

  • It's interactive such that you can toggle key words and phrases to practice active recall.

  • After studying a sheet, you'll be assigned cards that test you on the information you just reviewed on the answer side of any card.

  • You'll also see an excerpt from the sheet that highlights the information You are just tested on this way.

  • You aren't studying facts in isolation but rather are provided context to every fact.

  • You also don't need to waste energy deciding what you should or should not memorize.

  • Meme already handles that for you.

  • The winner in this round is clear.

  • Meme takes it hands down.

  • Next up, the quality of M cat content.

  • Anke allows users to create their own cards.

  • However, unless the user is well versed in card creation and best practices.

  • The card quality amongst most on key users is highly compromised and As a result, learning requires significantly more time and effort.

  • For this reason, many users turn to pre made decks.

  • There are multiple popular pre made decks, such as pre Med 95 or the 5 to 8 miles down, Cuban and others.

  • Each deck has its respective strengths and weaknesses, but no deck is comprehensive.

  • High yield without extraneous fluff and consists of high quality flashcards through and through.

  • Meme is a pre made professional resource whereby you cannot create cards, although you are able to add notes and images to cards for customize ability.

  • The important distinction is that two physicians who scored in the 99.9% out on the M cat, including yours truly and who have successfully tutored dozens of students on the M cat to achieve stellar results, designed the product from the ground up and made all the content from scratch.

  • These advantages hold substantial weight.

  • All pre made em cat decks contain errors, and because of the design of Yankee decks, these issues are not easily resolved or updated.

  • Meme, on the other hand, is a continuously updated Web app with a built in reporting mechanism allowing users to submit feedback.

  • Additionally, after studying each of the pre made EM cat decks in detail, the meme team identified significant weaknesses in each and how to overcome them.

  • Some decks place far too much information on each card, reducing the effectiveness of space repetition with active recall.

  • Others are overly reliant on closed delusions, thus reinforcing pattern recognition rather than true understanding of the underlying concepts.

  • In short, the meme content is simply MAWR Comprehensive doesn't rely on shortcuts and includes exclusively high yield information without low yield fluff.

  • The winner in this round is meme without question.

  • At the end of the day, the aforementioned factors pale in comparison and fade away.

  • When we ask the most important question, which tool will most effectively improve your cat score?

  • The answer to this question is, unfortunately, far from clear cut.

  • You can attain a top MCAT score in record time using either tool.

  • But the question is which one?

  • Wilmore reliably and predictably, produce high quality results.

  • Anke is a powerful tool that is highly user dependent.

  • If a student is masterful in card creation, which is no easy task is impeccable and not missing any scheduled flashcards is somehow able to overcome the issues with missing context and is a power user who is comfortable constantly tweaking settings, plug ins and options.

  • Then they may be able to achieve a stellar M cat score.

  • But from our hundreds of user interviews, plus years of students reaching out to me about hunky due to my popular on key YouTube playlist, it's clear that it's far more likely that you'll either get sick of Anke and drop it, limiting its potential benefit.

  • Or use Anke improperly, resulting in suboptimal memorization and poor return on Investment for Your Time Men provides an elevated experience with an equally sophisticated spaced repetition algorithm, pre made expertly curated sheets and cards and easy to use interface and flexible scheduling options that adapt to each student's particular needs.

  • It addresses the issues with Anke in a single purpose built solution for students interested in accelerating knowledge acquisition for the cat.

  • The winner here is Mom.

  • In short, Anke is a powerful tool that proved the concept of space.

  • Repetition is powerful and worthwhile.

  • Meme evolved the promise of space repetition with active recall to something much greater and purpose built.

  • If you're a pre med student looking to rapidly accelerate your cat knowledge and memorization.

  • The answer is clear.

  • There's no tool built like Mem Mem offers a seven day free trial no credit card required.

  • You can sign up at meme dot io and use the coupon code.

  • M s I 2020 for 20% off your plan.

  • Have you tried out meme yet?

  • What was your experience like?

  • Let me know with a comment down below.

  • If you enjoyed this video, you'll also like my video on your problems studying for the M cat or seven evidence based study strategies.

  • Much love, and I will see you guys in that next one sweep.

If you're a premed, that will be taking the M cat in the future.

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