Anki Reviews

If your serious about using ANKI long term or if your a med-student read these blog posts

Positive Review by Kagerjay
about Anki 7 days ago

[Effective learning: Twenty rules of formulating knowledge | SuperMemo.com](https://www.supermemo.com/en/articles/20rules )

[Janki Method Refined | Oxbridge Notes United States](https://www.oxbridgenotes.com/articles/janki_method_refined )

[Spaced repetition - Gwern.net](https://www.gwern.net/Spaced%20repetition )

[Want to Remember Everything You’ll Ever Learn? Surrender to This Algorithm | WIRED](https://www.wired.com/2008/04/ff-wozniak/ )

[Anki Tips: What I Learned Making 10,000 Flashcards - rs.io](http://rs.io/anki-tips/ )


[Edited by Kagerjay, June 21]

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A Great Memorization Program

Positive Review by TechTornado
about Anki Jul 2016

I have Anki 2.0.36 and it is awesome. The interface took less than five minutes to learn and the minimalist format is useful without being distracting. I got Anki yesterday after I failed a Biology test. I imputed the study material and began the process. I am already seeing results this morning. Most of the facts I could not remember on the test I can now recite with ease, and that is after only two study sessions. I can easily recommend this program to anyone who has a hard time memorizing like me.

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Amazing and highly recommendable!

Positive Review by yyann
about Anki Jul 2011

Anki is a stunning piece of software. While it is easy to get started building your own decks with very good video lessons, you can also access a giant database of finished decks, especially for languages, free of charge.

What I love most about Anki is the sync function. You can build your decks on a computer and repeat the cards on the go with about every smartphone there is. Its way of organizing your repetition so you can focus better on learning new stuff is very supportive.

The software is rock-solid code - I never experienced any problems. And have I mentioned it is free of charge? I'm a donator!

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