Our platform includes a three-tiered content marking system: "Past," "Current," and "Urgent." We recommend that anything you've learned in a past semester or year of medical school, you mark as "Past." Firecracker will automatically prompt you to review that "Past" materials you mark; although this is a lower-priority in that you'll see these materials less frequently than your "Current" and "Urgent" questions, we will gradually show you all of your "Past" questions so you can refresh on those concepts and facts. 

For most medical school curricula, the USMLE Step 1 content is taught and tested in the first two years, and the USMLE Step 2 CK content is taught and tested in the third and fourth year of med school.

By marking topics as "Past," you'll also conveniently label those questions for custom quizzing later on. You can build a quiz composed solely of "Past" flashcard questions via our Study Something Specific page: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7hbqVA7FMs

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