Hopefully this is the right place to post. I'm a few weeks into my first year and so far I've just been doing all the class material provided by my school (live/recorded lectures, class problems). I'm wondering when and how I should incorporate outside materials into my study routine. So far I have access to boards&beyond, First Aid, and I am familiar with Pathoma/Sketchy. My school's curriculum has us doing anatomy, biochem/metabolism, and histology right now. I like studying with Anki so I've been making my own cards based on material in my class lecture slides (although it is pretty time consuming making my own cards). I also have the Anking deck downloaded but haven't really figured out how to incorporate that into my studying yet. Any tips on which resources to use? How much time should I be spending watching class lecture slides and how much doing outside stuff? And when watching a lecture on 2x should I be taking notes/making anki cards or just trying to focus and absorb as much as info purely by listening? Oh and when reviewing anking cards should I read all the extra info they include on the back of the card (FA, sketchy, additional info), or just reveal the cloze deletion and go on to the next card? Thanks!