While many students are using Cram Fighter to study for medical board exams, thousands of students are also using Cram Fighter for their daily classes in medical school.
Cram Fighter has a database of more than 260 different medical courses already. If you’ve already signed up for Cram Fighter and created a schedule for your board exams, you can also add your courses to your study schedule! Simply search for your class name, add some review tasks for each course, and you’ll be ready to stay on top of your coursework as well.
If your course isn’t already in the database, you can easily add the course in manually following the instructions in this guide.
You can also have Cram Fighter add the course for you! For this option, send the materials listed below to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The name of each course
- Your graduation year and med school
- A course syllabus (pdf, excel, or doc file) with dates and titles for each class lecture or other event
Once you’ve added your courses to Cram Fighter, you can add reminders to review material and study for quizzes or exams to make sure you’re never surprised by an upcoming exam.
Just like Cram Fighter does for exams like the USMLE, Cram Fighter will help you create an organized schedule with daily tasks ensuring you stay on top of a mounting pile of assignments.
If, like many students in classes like anatomy, pathology, and microbiology, you want to study for the USMLE alongside studying for your classes, Cram Fighter makes it easy.
Need info about how to study for those tough 2nd-year classes? We also have some great advice from student leaders on how to study for Cardiology/the Cardiovascular System, Pharmacology, and Microbiology.
Follow along with this help article in order to set it up quickly and prepare your USMLE exams at the same time you’re doing classwork!
If you need additional support, email our team at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help you out.