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  • What's going on guys!

  • In this video we're gonna go over how to use Anki effectively and efficiently.

  • So, once you've got Anki downloaded, open it up, you're gonna see something like this.

  • You won't have all these decks on the side, these are each decks that I created.

  • Now, real quick I recommend you don't create too many decks.

  • Generally create just one deck per test, whether that's a subject or a midterm or a final exam.

  • Decide for yourself.

  • I would generally just do one for you know, all of Cardiology.

  • So, I would have a test halfway through for like a midterm, I'd keep using that deck and

  • I would continue adding to it afterwards.

  • If you have too many decks, that dilutes the purpose and you probably are not going to

  • get to all your cards.

  • So, limit the number of decks you have.

  • To create a deck, go down here, hit 'create deck' and to add a card, we're gonna go up

  • here.

  • The first type of cards you're gonna see is a basic card type.

  • It's essentially a flash card with a front and a back.

  • So, when you open it up, it's gonna have a front, if you press 'space', that's the shortcut,

  • it'll show the back.

  • Now you grade how difficult it was down here.

  • So, based on the difficulty that you choose, it'll show it again to you at an interval

  • based on that difficulty.

  • This is the easy card for example.

  • Now, the more effective and efficient way to create Anki cards is called 'closed deletions'.

  • These are essentially fill-in-the-blank cards.

  • So, let's say we have either notes we took in class or a piece from a text book or a

  • review site or whatever, we can just copy the text, paste it straight in and just the

  • formatting however we want and highlight the parts that you want to delete or I should

  • say, highlight the parts you want to fill in the blank for.

  • The shortcut on Macs is shift command C. And when you do that, it'll insert this code which

  • tells ANKI this is a fill in the blank question and you can do that for as many times as you'd

  • like.

  • So let's see how that looks.

  • This is the first blank we made and here's the second like we made.

  • Another thing you can do is actually have these show up at the exact same time.

  • So this number after the C refers to an individual card.

  • So this will have five separate cards.

  • If we change this all to the same number, this will just count as one card with three

  • blanks.

  • So let me show you how that looks.

  • As you can see, all three of these are blank and I needed to try to regurgitate all three

  • at the same time.

  • Another thing I recommend you do is insert images wherever it's relevant.

  • So this extra portion down here will show up when you turn the card over to see the

  • answer.

  • So you can have text or you can insert images.

  • And it'll look like this.

  • Having an image really helps with your recall rate, so I recommend you do it as much as

  • you can but at the same time, don't spend too much time trying to find the perfect image.

  • Just having an image there is better than no image.

  • It doesn't have to be the perfect diagram or whatever.

  • So the next type of card I want to show you, this is called 'ten questions'.

  • This is a custom template that you actually have to create and I'll show you how to do

  • it in another video, but I'm gonna show you how it works first and it's really cool.

  • So, I'm gonna open up sketch.

  • This is what I use to really quickly annotate images.

  • So, let's say I want to learn this Anatomy.

  • I'm gonna copy this image and paste it right here as the answer.

  • So, whenever I flip over any of these question cards, this answer card will show.

  • Now what I can do is I can go in and actually blur out the parts that I want to quiz myself

  • on.

  • So, here are the three branches.

  • I'm gonna copy that image, go back and paste it.

  • And I can do this as many times as I want or at least up to ten times.

  • You can make even more if you'd like.

  • And I can also put this off on this.

  • I'm gonna show you what this looks like.

  • So here's the question card, when I flip it over, here's the answer.

  • Again question and answer.

  • So, those are my main tips guys.

  • I generally use closed deletions for most - everything actually if it's text at least

  • and I'll use the 10 questions for quizzing myself on Anatomy or anything image based

  • such as a diagram or a table.

  • Now, I actually rarely use the basic type because these two generally cover most things.

  • They're also much quicker to make.

  • So, try it out, let me know what you think.

  • If you guys have any questions, leave them in the comments below.

  • Make sure you hit like, press subscribe if you haven't already and I will see you in

  • that next video.

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