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This thread will be dedicated to listing and discussing med school resources. Feel free to contribute to the list and I'll update this post as we go. I'll also try to add costs to the resources as well as I get some time.

Video Resources
- Boards and Beyond
- Sketchy Micro
- Sketchy Pharm
- SKetchy Path
- USMLERx-360 (combined video/First Aid/Qbank)
- Pathoma
- Physeo
- Lecturio
- Dr. Najeeb lectures
- Dr. Been lectures
- Doctors in Training
- Pixorize
- Picmonic
- Khan Academy

Q-Banks
- Uworld
- USMLERx-360 (Combined video/First Aid/Qbank)
- Kaplan
- Amboss (combined online learning + Qbank)
- BRS
- Board Vitals

Online learning platforms
- USMLERx-360 (combined video/First Aid/Qbank)
- Amboss (combined online learning + Qbank)
- Quizlet (online study application)
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Top Books:
- First Aid for the USMLE Step 1
- Robbins Pathology
- Costanza
- Bates

Programs and Misc
- Anki (spaced repetition flashcard system)
- Cram Fighter (scheduler to designing study plans)
- Murmur (app for listening to cardiac sounds)
- Daddy Goljan lectures on Spotify
- Firecracker

Useful Websites
- UMich Cached Anatomy Practice Questions

Useful Videos
 
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There's firecracker too. Personally not a fan due to its rigidity and inferior algorithm, but its source content might be second to none. Mentioning for completeness since it's somehow still around (lol) and some people do well with it.
 
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Well you are missing the TOP book, First Aid.
 
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Many people (myself included) love Ninja Nerd youtube videos!
 
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There's firecracker too. Personally not a fan due to its rigidity and inferior algorithm, but its source content might be second to none. Mentioning for completeness since it's somehow still around (lol) and some people do well with it.
Good catch, which of the above categories do you think firecracker best falls under?

Well you are missing the TOP book, First Aid.
yep, missed that, added, thanks

Many people (myself included) love Ninja Nerd youtube videos!
Great, I've added the channel to the list!
 

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Good catch, which of the above categories do you think firecracker best falls under?

Definitely programs and misc
 
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Dirty Medicine on Youtube is great for mnemonics and breaking down subjects that people struggle with. Also he uploads videos of a Qbanks style question he made (usually 3rd order question) and talks through how you would go about answering it. Pretty good for test taking strategies.
 
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