Apparently, the word about My Cards (the Mental Case digital flashcards I created when studying for the MCAT, now available online) has gotten out. Maybe it has something to do with the most recent deal, but more people have downloaded the cards in the past week than in any other month before now. It's great to see something like this begin to really take off, especially knowing how much of an asset the 3,499 MCAT cards will be to all these people. The reality of it is, going through the premed process and studying for the MCAT is hard, and if a quality study tool works, it's worth pursuing. It feels good being able to help people out, especially the nontraditional premeds who (like I had to) juggle a family, work, school, and studying as they prepare to apply for a chance to become a doctor.
If you know a premed who has a Mac, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and is preparing for the MCAT, forward them a link to My Cards and tell them to check it out. If the feedback I'm getting from users is any indication, they won't be disappointed!