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60 How to Memorize Your School Textbooks

The medical mnemonist podcast featuring Dr. Eric Gantwerker discussing video game mechanics for fostering medical learning.
The Medical Mnemonist
60 How to Memorize Your School Textbooks

We have a very special episode for you today. Though we are still in the midst of a pandemic, economies are going haywire, and police reformation is a top concern for the nations future students must still focus on their current educational requirements to have the personal futures they desire. As such, here is the lecture that your host, Chase DiMarco, gave during the first annual Online Medical Education Summit!

By combining past episodes training on memory palaces and visual marker creation, you will now learn one potential method for memorizing all of your school textbooks! This is an advanced stage of mnemonics creation but in reality it is simply using the same universal principles to a larger scale. For a refresher on visual marker creation and memory palace basics, here is a list of past episodes that may help:


E2- Memory Palaces basics w/ Mullen Memory’s Alex Mullen & Cathy Chen

E4- Visual Marker Creation & Journey Method w/ Nelson Dellis

E17- Creating Visual Mnemonics with Sketchy Medical Drs. Bryan and Aaron Lemieux

E23- Visual Mnemonic Generation with Ron Robertson of Picmonic

E26- School Success and Productivity with Memory Athlete Brad Zupp


Also, if you would like to view the video presentation you can find it here.

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Podcast Host

Chase is an MS, MBA-HA and MD/Ph.Dcandidate. He is the Founder and educator at MedEd University, which he began in 2014 to consolidate free educational resources for his classmates. He is the host of the Medical Mnemonist Podcast, creator of several medical education platforms, and is the CEO of FindARotation.

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