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Although many students like to make their own notecards for the MCAT, many times, due to the vast amount of content covered on the MCAT, writing your own would simply take too long. Luckily, there are many amazing pre-made MCAT Anki decks on the web that hundreds of students have used to study for the MCAT. Below we have linked some ANKI decks that we highly recommend here at MCATBros. To reiterate, none of these decks are created by MCATBros but are hosted here as they are used by many of our community members.

For those that may be unfamiliar with Anki, Anki is a program that utilizes spaced repetition to help you remember content better and for longer. It is a resource that many medical students use throughout their studies, especially for Step 1. We also love it because it is 100% free! You can download the app for free from their website (, and all of the Anki decks we have linked below are also free. We've also added a guide below to help you learn how to use Anki!

The Beginners Guide to Anki for Pre-Meds
Cubene + Premed95 Combined Psychology Anki Deck
Ortho528 MCAT Anki Deck
Milesdown MCAT Anki Deck 
Jack Sparrow MCAT Anki Deck 
Coffin Anki Deck Version #2
Milesdown MCAT Anki Deck Organized by Coffin (Based on KA Videos)
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