Everything you need to know to ace your exams through graduation, boards, certifications, and more.


Organized the Way You Study

For years, students have trusted Picmonic to help them remember all of the facts they need to know from Day 1. We include a comprehensive Picmonic Library that covers every major category, topic, and key fact that is difficult to remember and frequently tested along your journey in becoming a healthcare professional.

Access thousands of topics and facts. Study by COURSES, BODY SYSTEMS, TEXTBOOK, and EXAMS.

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Comprehensive Coverage by Product

1400+ Videos
16000+ Facts
Nursing RN
1100+ Videos
12000+ Facts
Nursing LPN
1100+ Videos
12000+ Facts
Nurse Practitioner
1400+ Videos
16000+ Facts
Physician Assistant
1400+ Videos
16000+ Facts
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5000+ Facts
Physical Therapy
300+ Videos
4000+ Facts
Occupational Therapy
400+ Videos
5000+ Facts
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9000+ Facts
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1000+ Facts

Playlists for Courses & Exams

Navigating through Picmonic’s robust content is easy! View content by courses, body systems, textbooks, or exams. Whether you are studying medicine, nursing, or other healthcare specialty, Picmonic covers all of the hard to remember topics that are most often found on exams.

Customize & Share

Tailor Playlists to match the topics on your exam or the sequence you are studying. Just create a Custom Playlist and give it a name, then delete or add Picmonics to create the Playlist you need. Sharing Playlists with your study buddy is just a click away.

What Students Say


Maybree L.

Picmonic is an excellent resource to help you remember all of the difficult topics. As a medical student, it is important to find resources that allow you to learn in a way that helps you as an individual. I am a visual learner, and Picmonic makes it easy and fun to prepare for my board exam!

Maybree L.Oklahoma - Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences College for Osteopathic Medicine
Heather A.

Picmonic works. Plain and simple. You can curate to your specific curriculum. I am amazed at how well I remember things from a year ago thanks to Picmonics.

Heather A.Tucson, Arizona - University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson