We'll give you the easy, fun way to remember dental subjects!
What is Rememberology?
Rememberology is a whole website for dental mnemonics. It was created to help dental students and dentists preparing for licensing exams (INBDE, NDEB AFK ) study in an easy and fun way.
We do this by giving you high-yield mnemonics (memory tricks) for subjects that need a lot of memorization and recall, such as oral pathology and pharmacology.
We want to help you avoid the trouble of studying for long hours, only to find that you’ve forgotten it all within a few days. We want you to be confident of your knowledge and never mix up complicated details again.
Mnemonics are techniques and tricks to study faster, more efficiently, and with less stress and worry of forgetting, and they’re proven “memory and study skills”.
What our members say..
Dr. Archie McGill, Dentist and INBDE Candidate:
“There are days when I do not want to study hard or just take it easy on myself and it is on those days I find the notes (Rememberology) created by Dr. Hiba an excellent means to study.
She also manages to incorporate humour into her lessons which I find amusing.
I would recommend Rememberology not only to NBDE aspirants but also to students/ working dentists to reinforce what they already know.“
Watch some of our dental mnemonics below!
Kaposi's Sarcoma Mnemonics:
“I really love these mnemonics. They are very in-detail and help me remember high-yeild stuff for the Boards” – Paramat Sooraksa
Choose a topic below to watch free preview videos and view the curriculum:
Constantly updated: you ask for mnemonics, we deliver.
“It’s such a fun way to review the boring pharmacology with these amazing videos. Short and direct!.” – Rokia
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About the creator of rememberology..
Dr. Hiba Al-Shawa is a Dentist with a passion for education, spreading knowledge and making the lives of dental students easier (when possible).
She has a special interest in improving the memory through different techniques such as keyword mnemonics, acronyms and acrostics, mnemonic linking systems (stories and images), making connections with previous knowledge, and “rhymes as” techniques.
Through improving the memory, she believes in helping students study in a more efficient and fun way, and ultimately achieve their own academic and career goals.