SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) So Micro wasn't my best subject, it took me until about the last quarter few months of the class to figure out how best to study for it. I'm a really conceptual learner, which is good for physio, path etc., but I found that flashcards were the best way for me to memorize all the buzzwords, etc in Micro. Once I started making flashcards my grades shot up. So now I'm going through CMMRS and I'm glad that I'm understanding some concepts that I didn't during my class, but I get really frustrated when I try to apply that knowledge to Qbanks (Kaplan and Uworld). The ones I have trouble with are the three part questions where you have to identify the organism than answer a question about that organism. I feel like I need a way to drill the basic, one-part information first, but I think making my own flashcards at this point would be take too much time (my test in at the end of June and I still have a lot to get through). Any suggestions? From the reviews of Micro Cards it seems like those have more info per card than I'm looking for. I haven't heard much about Deja Review, anyone tried it? Or should I just suck it up and make flashcards out of FA? Thanks!