Is it your dream to become a nurse? Are you wondering how to get ready for nursing school? If so, this period of social distancing is a great time to get fluent in medical terminology. Lesson 1 that you’ll learn when starting nursing school, is that there aren’t enough hours in a day for all the coursework! Take the time to learn the language of medicine now, and you’ll begin one step ahead.

Even if you already took medical terminology courses, anatomy or A&P, you will need a way to remember medical terms beyond acing that final test. Aside from making a good impression in nursing school, knowing the meanings of medical terms can, in a pinch, help you figure out MCQs about medical or surgical conditions and procedures. Imagine how much help that could be during nurse licensing exams.

Our medical terminology learning playlist shows you an easy way to learn medical terminology. The videos use funny cartoons designed to do 2 things: make the meaning of each term clear and help it stick in your memory. Some of the lessons include pronunciation help. There’s also a series of medical terminology quizzes you can use to review for a test or as a way to check your progress.

Visual learners especially, will enjoy this dynamic alternative to flashcards, but all learners can use these fun video tutorials to memorize medical terminology the easy way. Better than trying to remember lists of medical terms, smarter than relying on medical terminology cheat sheets, and more reliable than a game or song, this series of free videos is a handy online learning tool for beginners. Get started today and learn a new medical word each day you stay home. #MedicalTerminologyWithoutThePain

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