How to use Passmedicine effectively Watch
I've started using Passmedicine and was wondering what technique is best use to make the most of it. Do I use knowledge tutor first and then go to questions? Is there a good method? Is it worth learning all the notes too?
Should I also get Onexamination, which I hear is good
Personally I go through questions rather than the knowledge tutor and I copy/paste the information they give you about the answer into word documents by category. Then at the end of it I have for example a Word Document that contains all of the facts from all of the questions about SVT or liver function test abnormalities etc., and I can use those to revise from. Whenever I then get a question wrong (I usually reset the question bank after I'd finished all the Qs once) then I'd refer to that whole document and therefore revise all of Passmedicine's knowledge from all of the topics.
Yeah it's worth learning all the notes. I mean, why else are you doing it except for to learn.
(Manchester student here, not sure how beneficial it was for me last year)
I used to finish all the questions for all the topics relevant to my exam. Makes sense to me :P Then I'd re-set and keep doing them concentrating on the weak spots. Never did X a day though, used to do passmed marathons and blitz a subject area all at once instead.
Hy,I have got a big big problem.Actually i was trying to see my wrong questions but unfortunately i have reset my question/answer histroy.Now i don’t have enought time to go through all 2300 questions again.Is there any way i can get back to my previous record.Waiting for your reply😢😢