Resources For Med School

I created this resource page to easily list the best recommended books, services, products, and companies that I use and/or those I know are valuable for pre-meds and medical school. This way you can quickly find great products and services all in one place. You can use these best resources to excel in college and medical school.

(Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below and I may receive commissions for purchases made through links in this post, but these are all products I highly recommend. I won’t put anything on this page that I haven’t verified and/or personally used.)

Best Websites For Med School:

OnlineMedEd: My favorite resource for all of medical school. Learn everything you need through videos, amazing high-yield notes, flashcards, and practice questions all through OnlineMedEd.

You can sign up for OME here.
$80 OFF annual subscription with code OME18

Read my review on: How I Increased My Step 2 Score By 25+ Points.

Picmonic: If you’re a visual learner then you will love using Picmonic to learn high-yield information in medical school at record time. 

Sign up for Picmonic here. (Get 20% OFF)

Read my review on: How To Improve Long Term Memory In Medical School

Physeo: Crush Step 1 with this awesome set of tools from Physeo to help you master physiology and get your best score yet!

Sign up for Physeo here. (Get 15% OFF) Just Use Code TheMDJourney at checkout!

Read my review on: Best Step 1 Resource – Physeo Review

Sketchy Medical:  One of the best resources hands down to help you remember all the important information there is to know for Step 1 (and now Step 2). 

Sign up for Sketchy here. 

Read: My Top Step 1 Resources

USMLE-Rx  My favorite question bank to use alongside my classes during first and second year. High-yield info which comes straight to you from the maker of First Aid. 

Sign up for USMLE-Rx here. 

Read: My Top Step 1 Resources

Best Books For Med School:

First Aid: if you’re new to medical school – grab a copy of this book! Get comfortable with it and you’ll be a superstar in your classes and Step 1. 

Grab your copy here. 

Read my review on: My Top Step 1 Resources

Step Up To Medicine:  A great resource for not only our internal medicine rotation but all of medical school. Plus it’ll be very helpful during Step 2 CK studying. 

Get your copy here. 

Read my review on: Top Resources For Your Internal Medicine Rotation

Pathoma:  If you’re a new med student, take advantage of Pathoma to master pathology quickly and easily. This makes the difference between a normal and a high Step 1 score. 

Sign up for Pathoma here. 

Read my review on: My Top Step 1 Resources

Step 2 Secrets:  One of the most underrated resources for Step 2 CK studying and a great review material for your rotations!

Get your copy here. 

Read my review: Ultimate Guide On Studying For Step 2 CK

Pocket Medicine:
Need something small but powerful right there with you in our white coat pocket? Then grab a copy of Pocket here. 

Read my review on: Top Resources For Your Internal Medicine Rotation

Rapid Interpretation Of EKGs:
We all have to learn EKGs. This is the book which will explain it to the level we need. 

Grab a copy here. 

Netter Anatomy Atlas:
You’re going to do need to master anatomy to be successful in medical school. Go to the best resource there is. 

Grab a copy of here

Read my review on: How To Study For Anatomy in Medical School

Services You Should Be Using

Amazon Student Prime: 

Did you know that you can get a discount on Amazon Prime for being a student? Get Free 2-Day shipping for all the books and resources you’ll be buying anyways!

You can sign up here!

Kindle Unlimited: Read top-rated books for free with a small monthly fee. (I’m already at 5 books read in 2019!)

Give it a 30-day free test drive here!

Audible: Read on the go with audio books and get 2 free audiobooks just for tring!

Give it a 30-day free test drive here!

Grammarly: Don’t want to make embarrassing mistakes on your essays, emails, or assignments. Grab Grammarly to help you catch your mistake before you hit send. 

Download it for free here. 

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