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Cram Fighter Visits Western University for Q&A on (the Importance of) Study Plans

Cram Fighter’s very own marketing director, Jason Woods, reached out to medical students at Western University.

Earlier this month, Jason Woods visited the Western University of Health Sciences to chat with medical students about how to best prepare for the boards. During the Cram Fighter Q&A event, Jason’s goals were to listen to students’ needs and to share with them how Cram Fighter can help them by creating an efficient study plan.

Distressed students trickled into the event like warriors after a battle. They had just survived a major cardiology test and were keenly aware that they needed help in crafting a studying strategy. Jason’s agenda was to stress the importance of having a study plan, and how valuable Cram Fighter is to help create and maintain a schedule. Jason quickly realized he was preaching to the choir as he introduced Cram Fighter.

He listened to frustrated students talking about how much material they need to cover for their exams, and how they had not performed as well as they had hoped, and how stressful it was to study for classes while simultaneously thinking about their upcoming COMLEX and USMLE exams. Their current method of studying was not enough to ensure a strong performance. Jason emphasized that to succeed on exams like this, students need a better method of studying, and a way to organize all the material they need to cover. The students at Western needed a plan of attack and Cram Fighter was the perfect tool to craft that plan.

You can study for different tests simultaneously. It is easy to set up, to keep track of your progress and readjust your plan as needed.

Having a plan to study for the boards was Jason’s most important message. Students need a study plan that orchestrates the many variables such as dates and materials, and offers a detailed, organized, and personalized study plan. So, why Cram Fighter? “Well, we know the process inside and out. We work with publishers and content providers for different plans. You can study for different tests simultaneously. It is easy to set up, to keep track of your progress and readjust your plan as needed,” says Jason.

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