Cram Fighter generates a daily to-do list based on when you are taking your exam, which resources you are using, and how you want to study. Having a daily goal keeps you from getting overwhelmed.
The average USMLE study plan has over 650 tasks. Cram Fighter can save hours of time by doing the work of dividing up books, question banks, lectures, and flashcards across your study schedule.
Cram Fighter works. We surveyed thousands of our customers and found they were more likely to reach their target USMLE score if they stuck to their Cram Fighter schedule.
That's all it takes to rebalance your schedule!
Almost everyone falls behind on their schedule. Use Cram Fighter's magical rebalance feature to move overdue tasks to future days with a press of a button. Getting back on track has never been easier.
Backed by data from tens of thousands of study schedules, Cram Fighter can warn you if your expected pace is significantly higher than the average student. Avoid the costly mistake of building a study schedule that's too ambitious.
Cram Fighter has support for all of the most popular books, video lectures, question banks, and flashcards you use.
See our full list of supported resources.
“Cram Fighter is far and away better and more efficient than making your own schedule.”Katie J., University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
“I loved Cram Fighter! Thank you for making the process of creating a study plan a manageable one. I owe all of my success to you.”Matt H., Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
“Absolutely loved the schedule. It kept me going at a good pace and kept me on track. Vital for Step 1 studying!”Craig S., University of Nebraska Medical Center
Cram Fighter is the #1 USMLE study planner. But don't take our word for it: First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 rated Cram Fighter as one of the top resources for USMLE preparation.
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