First of all, if you have an upcoming exam, then my free course isn’t probably the best place to start.
The best place to start is in my free guide, 9 Steps to Effective Cramming with Anki — which you can read here.
That 9-step guide will take you from “not knowing anything about your course” to scoring well on your next exam.
So, before you go anywhere near the free courses below, make sure you read the guide first.
Step 1. Take the Anki Fundamentals Series
If you don’t know how to really use Anki very well yet, then you can start Lesson 1 here. That link will take you to my free course, Anki Fundamentals — don’t worry, there’s no signup required for that. It’s a course for everyone.
These are all I can give you for now, but there are more free courses coming soon!
Or, you can navigate through these links:
- How to Use Anki: An Efficient Tutorial for Beginners
- How to Create an Anki Deck That Maximizes Learning
- How to Make Better Anki Flashcards: Principles for High-Quality Questions
- Best Anki Settings: My Recommended Values
Step 2. Get the Free Advanced Anki Training PDF
It’s “Advanced Anki Training” but really, it’s not just about Anki — it’s about how you can learn better as an Anki learner.
I originally sent this only to 126 selected private newsletter subscribers, and I honestly thought they weren’t going to like it that much.
It was kind of a litmus test, so to speak.
Know what happened?
I was shocked by how “rare” this training seemed to them.
Here’s what one subscriber told me about it:
All I did was reveal the same process I used to rank high on my board exams, specifically:
How you can avoid forgetting important stuff when it matters most…
How you can stay consistent in studying for real — without using motivation hacks or similar crap…
How to actually read faster WITHOUT the “speed reading” BS…
How to take useful notes by avoiding to take complete notes…
…implemented in a way that works with Anki.
If you’re interested in that, make sure to download it ASAP before I bring it down.
NOTE: This training might not be perfect nor updated to my current views, but I have to warn you that it is definitely NOT designed to be skimmed. Many of the insights are hidden within the paragraphs, so if you’re a heavy skimmer, this probably isn’t for you, and I suggest you don’t even click the button above.
Check out the Resource Page and the Blog
If you haven’t already, you can check out some of the useful links I’ve put together for you in my resource page.
Sometimes, I’ll post some of my insights about learning better on the blog — not just about Anki.