helps you learn faster with intelligent flashcards, quizzes, and games that adapt to what you know and how you study. With technology built by MIT engineers and learners from over 100 countries, Memorang is the best app for students in higher education who are serious about doing well on their exams. Best of all, unlike other flashcard tools we have professional content “Power-Ups” authored by experts including Netter's Anatomy, USMLE Step 1 and 2, MCAT 2016, DAT, NCLEX, NAPLEX, and more!
• Study with multiple choice, flashcards, and matching
• Track your progress and set learning goals (e.g. mastery levels)
• Use spaced repetition to focus on concepts where you lack confidence
• Search through 100K+ free user-generated sets
• Subscribe to pre-made, expert flashcards
• Build custom study playlists
• Choose an avatar
• Sync your account across all devices (iOS/Android) and the web
• Live chat with the dev team
• Suggest corrections to content
• Facebook login
• Create/edit flashcards
• Netter's Anatomy
• MCAT 2016
• USMLE Step 1
• USMLE Step 2 CK
• NBME Internal Medicine
• NBME Pediatrics Shelf
• NBME Surgery Shelf
• PANCE / PANRE
• NCLEX Pharmacology
• EMT Flashcards (EMT-B)
• NPTE Flashcards
• NAPLEX Flashcards
• GRE Vocabulary
• CPA BEC
• CFA Level I
Frequently Asked QuestionsCan I use my Memorang account on multiple devices?
Yes! With a single Memorang login you can access your account on any Android/iOS device and also the main website
How do I create content on Memorang?
If you create content on the iOS app or website then you can access it right from your Android device. Creating new flashcards is an upcoming feature for Android.
Can I use Memorang offline?
Offline studying is an upcoming feature and is not available in this release.
How do I study multiple topics together?
Tap and hold any row to select it. You can then select multiple rows and select from many options including quizzing, favoriting, adding to a playlist, and more.
What are study sets and playlists?
A study set is a collection of "flashcards" and a playlist is a way to organize study sets together.
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