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Want To Finally start succeeding In Medical School?

Want to learn how to do well without all the stress?

Does This Sound Familiar?

Tired of Not Seeing The Results?

  • Studying too long?
  • Grades not where you want them?
  • Having trouble remembering what you just learned?
  • Med school taking over your life
  • Always feeling stressed?
  • Having doubts about medical school?
  • Stressed about rotations and board exams?
  • Nervous about residency?
About Me:

I've Been There!


I’m Lakshya (Luck-sh) and I’m an internal medicine resident!

I too have been at that dark place in medical school before.

But after several years of tinkering with what works….

I finally figured it out!

Now I take my successes and failures to help students just like you thrive in medical school!

I've Been There!

But I Finally Figured It Out!

My Story: 

I started a med school and was spending 8-10 hours a day studying!

I thought that was normal! (Little did I know)

But my grades didn’t reflect my effort. 

I was barely passing my exams. I felt helpless and like an imposter!

I couldn’t seem to remember anything. Maybe I just wasn’t smart enough!

But after I finished feeling sorry for myself, I started to make some changes. 

I transformed everything I was doing bit by bit!

The results?

I’m about to finish med school with a 3.9 GPA! 


My Final med School Transcript!

I cut my studying down by 50% to just 3-5 hours a day ( that’s including lecture)!

I now had time to work on my medical school resume!


My Step 2 Score….

My research Publications!

….and most importantly I was finally able to find time for myself!

– I got engaged! 😀

Wedding Proposal in Medical School
– I started this blog and grew it to over 200,000 visitors!
– I wrote 3 books! (I’m still shocked about this one)
– I got into the best shape of my life!

I was able to schedule medical school into my life… 

… and not my life INTO medical school!

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Blogging in Medical School

Advanced Study step-By-Step
Study Strategies!

Want to learn how I cut my studying down to just 3-5 hours a day?

Having trouble remembering what you learn? Discover efficient ways to maintain long-term memory in med school!

Learn exactly how many of our readers are cutting their studying by half!

Detailed Tips On How To Crush All Four Years Of Medical School

Want to know how to ace course such as anatomy, biochem, physiology, pathology, microbiology, and pharm?

 Discover how to take effective notes and prepare for exams!

Learn advanced tactics to ace every exam you take!

Crush each and every rotation you’re on!

How To Survive Medical School(3)

Discover How To Keep Balance and Have Time For Your Personal Life!

Find time for your personal hobbies

Learn how to get published your first two years in medical school

Step-by-step ways on how to learn what kind of doctor you want to be!

Never have to study past 7 PM ever again!

How To Study in Medical School

  • How to Take Notes The Right Way In Less Time
  • Study Methods Which Require Less Time But Are More Effective
  • Strategies to Increase Retention by 3X, Increase Your Speed by 2X, And Still Preserve Your Energy
  • How To Study for Unique Courses like Anatomy Micro Pharm and Biochem
  • How To Study for and Crush Your Step 1 and Step 2
  • How To Study For Third Year Rotations
  • And Much More!

The Preclinical Guide

How to Study Effectively

How I Studied only 3-5 hours every day

All the resources I wish I had used since day one

 How I aced Preclinical courses like anatomy, physiology, pharm, etc.

How to study efficiently for Step 1 from day one

Medical School

Time Management

How to have time for your hobbies everyday.

How to effectively plan your day for ultimate efficiency. 

Techniques I Used To Rarely Study Past 6 PM 

Clinical Years in Medical School

Stress Management

How to remain relaxed during exam week. 

Tricks on how to become a confident medical student.

Strategies to help schedule medical school into your life and not your life into medical school.

Second Year of Medical School

Professional Development

How to decide what kind of doctor to be.

How I Got Involved in Research and Managed to Get 5 Publications

What to do during your first and only summer in medical school. 

How to prepare yourself for clinical rotations.


What Our Students Say

I spent the last few days researching how to actually study in medical school and I came across your stuff... I read The Preclinical Guide and Study Tools.. what I felt while reading the text is nothing short of disbelief. How did I not know about these methods sooner? Not during my undergrad, graduate school and at least not yet in medical school has anyone ever attempted to teach students how to learn the material efficiently. So for your enlightenment, I say thank you.
Marty Y
1st Year Med Student
This book not only helps students who are starting med school —it can also be really useful for M3s and M4s like me. I’ve enhanced my study strategy! I’m now on my way to becoming a more efficient student, so a million times thank you. I 100% recommend this book to anyone who wants to get the most out of med school... and life outside of it
Alma R
4th Year Med Student
From beginning to end, the book provides meaningful insight for medical students of all stages with wit, grace and the stimuli of example pictures. Additionally, the brief description of each chapter aides the reader on how they can navigate the book as efficiently as possible. A great read and tool, indeed.
Precious I
2nd Year Med Student
The tools and tips in this book are invaluable. If you are a first year med student like myself or in your clinical rotations, this book is a precursor toward a successful medical career. I was trying to find my study niche and this book helped me do just that. I look forward to seeing the results after apply these methods.
Nina L
1st Year Med Student
Overall, this book has been great! I have only gotten to Part 2, but out of what I have read, I have jotted down SO many tips/notes that I will be trying out once I start med school next month. I would highly recommend this book to every incoming medical student!
Joseph L
Upcoming 1st Year Med Student
The study techniques he described make a lot of sense! I have actually used a variation of some of the study techniques he mentioned in his book while I was in college. Although I did very well in college, I had some flaws in my studying that would have led to really long days in med school. This book helped me see some of the mistakes I unknowingly made while studying in college, and I really think his methods will help me do well in med school while still having a lot of free time to live a fun and adventurous life too!
Catherine C
Upcoming 1st Year Med Student
I am both grateful and surprised by The Preclinical Guide. It's truly a phenomenal book. I just wished I knew about it sooner. I could have used some of the study tips [earlier] because they are applicable to any subject. It would have saved me time and the stress I went through with before exam time. I especially liked that the book tackled burning questions I had on how to do well in particular preclinical classes. The book gave the confidence I needed as a first-year medical student...to become an academically strong medical student.
Cidney L
1st Year Med Student
I Bought Your Preclinical Guide and It Is Amazing! I Can't Wait To Try [The Techniques] Out
Boyd G
1st Year Med Student
I got an A overall my first semester of medical school by following the study techniques in the Preclinical Guide! But more importantly, this way of approaching medicine redefined success to me, where I don’t have to sacrifice my peace of mind to succeed. Thank you so much!
Diana G
1st Year Med Student
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Want to take your success in medical school to the next level?

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I get it. The stress. The workload. The stress… (did I mention stress?

I was there!

But I learned the steps to getting the grades, spending less time, and enjoying myself! 

So if you want to learn how to master your studying, regain your free time, and crush medical school from the very start…

… well then these books are for you!

How To Study In Medical School teaches you:

  • How To Take Notes The Right Way In Less Time
  • Study Methods Which Require Less Time But Are More Effective
  • Strategies To Increase Retention By 3X, Increase Your Speed By 2X, And Still Preserve Your Energy
  • How To Study For Unique Courses Like Anatomy Micro Pharm And Biochem
  • How To StudyFor And Crush Your Step 1 And Step 2
  • How To Study For Third Year Rotations
  • And Much More!

The Preclinical Guide teaches you:

  • How To Study for your first-year courses (anatomy, biochem, etc.)
  • How to properly take notes during your first year of medical school
  • How to avoid the common reason for stress that most of your classmates suffer from!
  • Find time to make time for you! 
  • Develop your resume and build research and leadership experience
  • Learn what kind of Doctor you will be!
  • And Much More!

The Clinical Guide teach you:

  • Learn a better way to get honors
  • Stop feeling stressed, sleep deprived, and finally begin to enjoy your rotations!
  • Learn how to find time to study during clinical duties
  • Discover the best resources for each rotation!
  • Set yourself up nicely for a stellar residency application!
  • Learn how to prep for Step 2 CK!
  • Easy to follow steps on how to write a great personal statement!
  • And much more!

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Again my goal has always been to help as many students as possible. If I’m unable to do that, you get a 30-day money back guarantee (no questions asked).

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  • How To Study In Medical School eBook
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  • The Clinical Guide