How To Study Effectively: And Apply It To Medicine & Pharmacy


  • Forgetting what you were studying?
  • Looking to make your learning easier?

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When you’re studying, do you mostly read, highlight and reread? If yes, you are not studying effectively. In this pre-recorded session to pharmacy students at universities, you will understand the scientific way of studying medicines. By the end of the workshop, you will learn how to study effectively, the techniques of memory champions, and remember the names of every ACE inhibitor.

To request this service at your uni, please message us.

This is a pre-recording of the education session Bon Oh (Founder of Memorise Medicine⁣ & Author of “Passing the Pharmacy Australia Intern Oral Exam: The Easy Way”), runs to pharmacy students at universities. If you would like it run at your uni, send us a message.⁣

Note: This is a digital item. Your purchase is to view the recording only and you do not have the right to download or distribute it. ALL digital item(s) sales are final. No refunds, returns, or exchanges allowed.


Last Thursday we had our second education event! It was a massive success! 🌟

A big thank you to Bon, the founder of @memorisemedicine, for running an eye-opening and insightful online education event! Thank you to everyone who attended as well!

It definitely had us reflecting on our current studying habits and how we can improve them to learn more effectively!   Victorian Pharmacy Students’ Association (VPSA)


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