The learning loop
Watch, review, apply
To maximize your studying, follow these 3 easy steps
- Watch a video (before and after lecture) to lay a solid foundation of the material
- Review with flashcards to help you with long term retention
- Apply what you’ve learned to case-based questions to strengthen your understanding
Watch our comprehensive video library
Access over 1500 videos including comprehensive coverage of pathology and physiology, and a growing collection of pharmacology and clinical reasoning videos, so you can be confident you have everything you need to review for the USMLE® Step 1 and Step 2, and COMLEX-USA®.
"The simple and focused videos in Osmosis are easy to understand. I also like the way topics are organized, allowing me to know what topics to focus on to improve specific subject areas."
George Washington University
Review flashcards powered by spaced repetition
When you’re about to forget something, Osmosis remembers. We’ll send you flashcards on that topic to reinforce your understanding of the material.
We have over 15,000 flashcards, written and reviewed by health professionals, including a more recent and improved version of the Brosencephalon’s Anki deck.
"I love the quizzes and flashcards! I use the iPhone app to practice questions and flashcards made by my classmates and provided by Osmosis during my hour-long commute on the train and at the gym."
University of California, San Francisco
Apply with case-based question bank
Strengthen your understanding with over 8,000 Osmosis case questions for USMLE® Step 1, USMLE® Step 2, COMLEX-USA® OMM, and NCLEX-RN®. Each Osmosis question comes with a detailed answer explanation that is carefully written and reviewed by health professionals, who have in-depth knowledge of how you’re expected to think for the boards.
"I really value the content: the questions are relevant, clear, and concise."
Penn State College of Medicine
Growing clinical reasoning library
Master the clinical reasoning concepts you'll need to diagnose and treat various conditions you might see on the wards, impress your attendings, and prepare for the USMLE® Step 2. This rapidly growing series will be fully complete by early 2019.