How Med Student at University of Miami Saves Time With the Osmosis Study Schedule
Published on Jan 29, 2019. Updated on Invalid date.
Jessica, a 3rd year medical student at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine explains how she saves time and studies more efficiently using the Osmosis Study Schedule.
Are you overwhelmed by anatomy class?
She thinks back to her anatomy course. She was passing the class, but the material was difficult to understand. We know that a lot of medical students, like Jessica, feel overwhelmed by the sheer breadth of information.
Osmosis has your back!
There’s no need to panic. Osmosis is here to help you. Osmosis gives comfort to medical students, and eases the relay of all that information, through powerful tools like the personalized study schedules.
For Jessica, the study schedule is a helpful tool that continuously has her back.
Once Jessica began using Osmosis, she found that her grades in that difficult anatomy class rose: 90, 92, 94… Wow! Great work, Jessica!
Organizing Your Resources
Having everything organized from the onset, with the help of Osmosis, can make the lives of medical students so much easier. Better yet, time-saving tools like the study schedule also improve the quality of your learning.
With the Osmosis study schedule, you’re able to integrate a variety of resources into your study of specific topics. There’s no longer any need to endlessly flip through your many lecture notes in search of an explanation. If you upload your course material to Osmosis, you can just type something in and the exact lecture you need will pop up. Osmosis does the work for you!
If you want to organize all your resources and plan all your days, just like Jessica, create your own study schedule today.
More on Jessica and additional tips for first years:
How did you discover Osmosis, and why did you want to get involved with it?
I discovered it through my school, and decided to try it out. I wasn’t too sure about the program interface at first, but soon I was flying through flashcards, watching videos, and taking my own personalized notes on the system.
What advice would you give to incoming first years?
Make every moment count.
Why did you decide to pursue a career in medicine?
Family & personal experiences with the field drives my passion to understand medicine and use clinical skills and knowledge to drive disease outcomes.
What is your best study-tip?
Take frequent breaks! Breathe! Enjoy the journey (and the material).
What’s been the most challenging part of your med school journey so far?
The sheer volume of information that we are required to pick up, understand, and use. The responsibility involved in learning it and being able to use it is harrowing.
What’s been the most rewarding part of your med school journey so far?
The looks on patients’ faces after you’ve made some part of their experience, however small, better.