Do you spend too much time using Anki...but not enough on actually learning?

So you've discovered Anki, believed that it will help you reduce your study time, and help you remember anything you want.

But as it turns out, you still feel like there's too much to learn and there's too little time.

You get buried in mountains of due reviews...

You find it really hard to remember big ideas even after using Anki...

You feel that it's taking you so much time to study because you feel like you have to make a card on every single detail...

You can't remember long lists, even after using the Cloze Overlapper add-on...

You can't understand new concepts at a reasonable speed...

And worst of all, making flashcards take you a REALLY long time.

If you feel like I've just described what you're going on right now, then hear me out:

As someone who's been in ALL situations back in 2018 and ended up at the top 0.2% of students nationwide in my Engineering Board Exams after a couple months....

I can be sure of one thing:

That is, if you're experiencing at least 3 of the above right now, then at this moment, you're probably feeling behind of the class right now. After all, your peers finish a lot more material faster than you do — and they don't even use Anki!

Just what the heck is going on?

Well, I'm here to show you why that's the case for many people — that probably includes YOU.

Let me start this my telling you two brutal truths nobody else online will tell you:

Two "epiphanies," as I call them.

Epiphany #1: Anki alone is NOT enough.

As you may know, it IS possible to learn anything faster with Anki. But, that is true if and only if you're using it with respect to how your brain encodes information. (more on this later)

Of course, you'd think that "scientifically proven study hacks" would do that for you, but in practice? They won't, because they don't answer the more important questions, such as:

  • How do you integrate Anki into your studying without spending a lot of time making flashcards?
  • If I'm taking notes, then what should/shouldn't I put in my notes?
  • How do I determine what "important information" is?
  • How can I finish a mountain of materials without burning out?
  • How do you memorize confusing facts and long lists using Anki?
  • etc.

Which brings me to the next point...

Epiphany #2: Consuming more advice — "best" hacks/techniques/apps — won't save you.

They have failure mechanisms built-in, no matter how much these ad-infested YouTube channels give you as "proof" that they work.

I want you to picture this in your mind:

Imagine seeing your best friend drowning in a middle of the pool...

He's crying for help but there's nobody else nearby who can swim — except you.

As you swim your way toward your sunken friend's bubbles, what do you think you'd do next?

Would you say, "Here, have a drink. There's more where that came from"?

OF COURSE NOT — because you'd take your friend out of the damn pool! (Uhm, right?)

So why in the world do we feel like we have to "drink more water" when we are the ones who's "drowning" in information?

I mean, have you ever wondered why there's SO MUCH free information out there yet only a few people seem to get real, permanent results?

That's because the truth is that you do NOT need more advice.

You can Google all you want, go down multiple rabbit holes...

But at the end of the day, that's like chugging margaritas while drowning in the middle of a 10-ft pool.

You don't need "more information" — you need better implementation!

Sure, information is 100% free online. In fact, when I was still in Engineering, they were my go-to resources.







Other blogs. You name it.

But information is just a means to thinking, deciding, and acting better.

There's a point where the only thing holding you back is better implementation.

This is the point where most students are today — the point where they don't need more information to get better results. 

You're probably in this position, too.

And if you are, let me tell you about a better alternative to "finding more study hacks".

A systematic way of studying.

If you don't fix your broken system, then nothing else matters

By "systematic way," I mean having a set of elements/actions that work together to achieve a specific goal.

Why should you even bother?

Because of one simple fact: It does NOT matter how many "best tips/tools" you use or how much "methods" you know if they don't work together to achieve your very specific goal!

Same goes with any kind of system in your life.

If your "family system" consisted of "top 10 kindest people," but everyone had incompatible values, then that's not going to end up being the "best family."

If your car merely had the "best wheels, engine, seats, chassis, etc.," but it results in poor handling, then that's not going to end up as the "best car."

That's because of the first rule of system optimization...

Optimizing each element of the system individually is the best way to compromise the performance of the whole.

Read that multiple times. Drill it into your head. It's super important these days.

Heck, why do you think rocket science is so hard?

Case in point: If you're looking to remember what you learn, this means you need to use a process that works with your memory. Based on studies in memory psychology, you can do that by:

  • Freeing up your attention and working memory for processing information
  • Improving the encoding & storage processes you use to learn new material (instead of "note-taking tips" and just highlighting the words)
  • Performing spaced retrieval the right way to maintain hard-earned, encoded knowledge
  • Increasing the levels of processing when learning newer material

(Fun fact: Many straight-A students unconsciously use the same principles to score high on exams)

This framework gives you the freedom to use ANY set of tools as long as your elements fit these criteria AND they work together to achieve a single goal.

Think of this as a design manual.

Sure, you can use your "best tips" and "best apps" — but it MUST meet your design criteria first and foremost.

Productivity is another story, but it's equally important.

If you're looking to counteract your urge to procrastinate, avoid overwhelm, and become more productive, this means:

  • Knowing the difference between doing the right things and doing things right
  • Eliminating ambiguity by creating structure and tracking your projects and tasks
  • Matching energy demand to energy supply so you can learn more in less time (more accurately: not learn slower than usual)
  • Designing your "deep work chamber" — an environment that has only the right habit triggers; and
  • Using a productivity system — not apps, system — that eliminate the Zeigarnik Effect, (or, need for closure) the main cause of stress while working

That's really all there is to it. You don't need to remember 101 tips and hacks to focus for long hours and stop procrastination. All you need is to pull the right levers. That's what I mean when I say "being systematic."

And if you look at the most productive knowledge workers and most productive students, they have all of these in one way or another — whether they are consciously aware of it or not.

And I can guarantee you that long as you meet all these, you can learn productively EVEN IF you're using a completely analog system. (i.e. pen and paper)

So, are we on the same page now?

This is what I'm talking about when I say "your system has to work together."

I'm sure you'll agree that everything I've said so far is quite different from what "YouTube experts" out there teach, simply because there are no "hacks" right here — these are all principles.

And honestly, I don't even think you have to be as "superhuman" as these YouTubers seem to be, in order to achieve great results for yourself.

You don't need to follow "20 best tips to get X result fast."

The truth is, you just have to create a decent system that aligns with your goals and tweak it to your liking as you go along — as long as you follow proven principles.

Principles outlive mere hacks and techniques.

You can use them over and over again for DECADES.

Again, using principles, it doesn't matter what specific apps or tactics you use, as long as you meet them.

If you didn't know already, these are the same things I put into my system to go from an average college student with failing grades... becoming one of the top 1% of passers (6 out of 2900+) in the national Engineering Board Exams last 2019.

I even use similar systems right now to maintain my life commitments, while studying only a few hours per week to maintain my Grad School scholarship.

Are my results perfect or ideal?

Nope — far from it.

My classmates have gotten way higher grades than me, even though they're also full-time professors and employees! (Why, you ask? I intentionally avoid submitting hard assignments that give low percentages...)

But, compare that to how I was back in College, then you'd say I've achieved great results so far.

And I know you can do the same, too.

After constantly iterating upon that same system I used, I'm excited to tell you that I'm now ready to teach it to you, so you can start acing your exams and get in the top 10% of your classes, too.

Good news: After 2 years and 200+ students, studying effectively has never been simpler.


Simple Study System

The Only System That Helps Students Remember More (While Studying Less)

I created the study system course to solve all the problems I see in mainstream studying/productivity advice.

It's for Anki learners who believe that using systems — rather than silly "top 10" hacks — is the key to studying smarter.

As a quick backstory...

I’ve been developing this system for almost 4 years now, and since applying Toyota’s Principles — which ultimate purpose is to eliminate waste — I ended up with a study system that teaches you how to:

  • Reliably remember what you study WAY beyond your upcoming exams — even if you think you have "limited memory" (You don't. Long term memory is semantic and unlimited)
  • Know exactly where to start studying even if you're under a huge backlog of materials; and possibly...
  • Join the top 10% of the class by studying smarter than the rest of them

Most importantly, you're going to learn how to do all of these in the minimum amount of total time.

But look, I don't wanna bullshit you here.

I'm not saying that you're going to "study faster", I'm saying that when you take action on this course, you're going to eliminate what's making you waste time in the long run:

  • Restudying an entire lecture instead of filling in the small gaps
  • Retaking an exam because you forgot important stuff when it matters
  • Retaking an entire subject because you always can't bring yourself to sit for hours to study (Fun fact: You don't always need to. Better decision making is key.)

Now here’s how the study workflow works at a high level:

  1. Strategically choosing materials (in an 80/20 way) to increase quality of learning without trying to learn everything
  2. Use information processing skills (and the "Bracket Reading Strategy" for textbooks) to encode information, increase levels of processing
  3. Practice effective note-taking principles to consolidate ideas and build your "mental library"
  4. Formulating questions — both regular and "metamnemonic questions" — from your insights so you can remember in the short term and make flashcard formulation easier (i.e. it's the 80/20 of effective flashcards)
  5. Creating "8-second flashcards" — atomic, future-proof flashcards that test understanding, rather than completion ability, by using your initial questions as a scaffold
  6. Using "heijunka" during your review to avoid review burnout
  7. Iterative Formulation of defective cards, so you can stop overthinking when making flashcards
  8. …and as a result of the whole system, you gain retention that helps everything in the previous stages

You'll integrate this study workflow with the productivity system based on existing systems today (especially GTD), specifically:

  1. Using a "master list" and a "execution list" so you are more in control of your planning, while knowing exactly what to do next
  2. Matching your energy supply to task demand, i.e. Energy Management instead of Time Management, so you can be more alert and stay focused when studying
  3. Capturing open loops and processing them at a certain interval so you can finally stop thinking about the other tasks you need to do when trying to focus on studying

The fun fact here is that you can choose to use everything above to build your own workflow from scratch. But going back to the course...

My goal with this course isn't just to help you study smarter, but to help you gain back control, and ultimately, the freedom to do other things that matter to you.

Let's face it — studying isn't everything! But then again, we can't deny that we still have to do well at it, or else.

And that's what I'm here for.

But of course, while elements of this system work best together, the system itself may or may not fit YOUR personal needs.

So let's talk about that...

This system is NOT for you if...

You meet at least one of these:

  • You want to learn a new language with the help of Anki, or you're using the Fluent Forever method (I have ZERO experience in that, sorry!)
  • You mainly want to use shared decks — perhaps you're in medical school and you want to primarily use the shared decks available in Reddit forums (if you want that, then use their guides! They're helpful.)

That's my honest to goodness disqualification. If you meet even one of the above, this course may not be the best one for you.

And more "frankly", the course isn't for ANYONE who is:

  • looking for a "secret method" that doesn't exist for free online
  • a heavy skimmer who doesn't take action
  • merely wanting a list of "top 10 scientific study hacks"

With that out of the way, if you fit the description below, then I think this course will help you.

This system is for you if...

  • You study hard but you always fail to make information stick — and when you can, you immediately forget what you studied after the exams
  • You're struggling to become consistent with the volume of Anki reviews and are probably experiencing review burnout
  • You feel like you're "overstudying" — your studying just takes too damn long because you can't quickly understand what you read at a reasonable speed
  • You don't know how to find what's important from a textbook, so you always end up with a tall stack of Anki cards in an attempt to capture everything (Hint: Don't read everything — especially reactively. Do read strategically. See the Bracket Reading Strategy lesson)
  • You can't remember the concepts in a logical manner — especially the "big picture" despite having a lot of knowledge from Anki
  • You don't know where to start studying because of the sheer volume of materials you should learn for your exams
  • You don't know how the most effective study techniques fit together in a single, coherent process

So, if you think my description fits you perfectly, read on...

When you join Simple Study System, you will learn...

[Module 1] The core skills of a study system that will help you remember information in the long term. I designed this module such that it takes the things you are already doing — such as maintaining a to-do list, planning for your day, taking notes, etc. — and tweaks them so you can form a basic study system: a system of study skills.

[Module 2] How you can make your hard-earned knowledge last for a long time using "The LeanAnki Method". How do you maintain knowledge without overloading yourself on reviews? Long-term retention also requires that your learning toolbox last in the long-term, too — and stay sustainable at that. Once you can do this, you’ll end up with a large knowledge base and absorb new material without having to re-read multiple times.

[Module 3] Study workflows to process different materials. As my personal bias, you will discover why, when, and how you should use textbooks – even if your other schoolmates don’t use them. When should you use memory techniques? How do you implement them easier? How do you extract important information from textbooks? And more importantly, how do you create flashcards from these materials? It's all here.

[Module 4] How to set up a productivity system that frees up your attention for processing information. As David Allen says, setting up a productivity system will not just give you confidence about what you’re doing, but also about what you’re not doing. Take a short vacation without worrying about things falling through the cracks. Feel more in control of your schedule. “If something is on your mind, then your mind isn’t clear.” And if your mind isn’t clear, you won’t process information with your full cognitive capacity.

Want the specifics? Here's the curriculum.

The Simple Study System Curriculum

NOTE: The course is 100% written and NOT for heavy skimmers. Videos and audio versions of the lessons may come in the future updates.

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About the author

Hey there, I'm Al Khan, the author of the course. Through, I help Anki learners study smarter.

I strongly believe that you should forget about hacks that work around the real problem, and instead use systems optimized for long-term goals.

By choosing to do the real, unattractive work (and with my awesome mentors), and using the same workflows in the course, I was able to land a top place in the Electronics Engineering board exams in the Philippines — even though I had poor Math and Mechanics grades back in College.

Now, I'm ready to share my experience with you. :)

What people say about the course

In the first release of the course — then called Lean Anki Study System — I’ve only had a few enrollees. Here’s what some of them has to say.

(NOTE: Everything in here are unsolicited testimonials.)

"I even got the highest mark in my degree, with a solid 81%" — Stelio

Stelio is a double degree student in Dentistry and Med School. I imagined he wouldn’t have enough time to study, let alone read my course, because of his clinic duties.

"I managed to get 4 A pluses, with the rest of my 13 courses being A's and 2 B's." (Stelio's Update)

Yup, he still got the highest marks in his degree. I’m very proud of that guy, really.

"A system that gives a good framework for efficient learning" — Charlie

This was back in the early versions of SSS — called Lean Anki Study System.

"I got an A on an exam using the leananki strategy! My retention for the material was strong" — Lilyn G

When I got this message from Lilyn in our (previous) Slack group, it really made my day! My thoughts were like, "it really works — and I'm not just some outlier."

"I am blown away with how much I can comprehend a subject after only a few hours of study..." — Naomi

Naomi here asked for card critiques and adjustments via email. I give detailed email support to all members — although I'm a bit slow... And this is what she said. Proud of her results!

"I wish I knew about LeanAnki when I started my degree. I wasted so much time, money, and energy for YouTube videos, courses, and tools..."

There's so much to highlight here from JP's email...and really, I'm happy that the "systemness" was able to resolve the confusion for many of the course members in the early release of the course.

Interested in joining? Here's what you'll get when you join the course today.

✅ The Written Core Modules for Simple Study System (valued conservatively at $199) — NOT for skimmers

Again, SSS is 100% written, and it's pretty short. Others make you pay half a mortgage for a tiny bit of the core module just to show you hours and hours of videos that don't provide coherence.

Not this one. I believe someone who pays for information should be given the SHORTEST PATH between where they are now, and where they want to be.

And that's why I designed this course to be easily digestible in a total of 2-4 hours. You'll discover a lot of things quickly, too, including:

  • The little-known role of note-taking in the learning process
  • The 2 paradigms of note-taking (that make your notes useful)
  • How to pick out crucial points to take notes on (and what to put in your notes)
  • How people completely waste their study efforts using one common, yet poor study strategy (and 3 reasons to avoid it)
  • The best alternative strategy for reviewing your notes so you can remember them
  • 3 steps to turn your notes into quality review material that promotes retention (Hint: It’s not just about “not looking”)
  • When to create review material, how to use it, and when to use it
  • The crucial importance of using "metamnemonic cards" with your mnemonics
  • Why "Anki takes so much time" is a symptom of a deeper "optimization" problem
  • How to eliminate the 8 wastes of spaced repetition
  • The Anki settings I recommend (as well as how to take advantage of these settings)
  • Anki examples and demonstrations to make effective, "8-second flashcards" from your notes
  • How to make Anki reviews non-scary using "Heijunka"
  • How to Truly Read Faster using the Bracket Reading Strategy
  • ...and many more coming soon, because course updates are ALWAYS ongoing :)

So all of these into an extremely condensed format, because I believe that more hours of content will just derail you from seeing early progress.

That being said, I want to be clear that this course is NOT designed to be skimmed.

Think of it as training your attention for learning the real thing :)

✅ Access to the Tribe Community ($99/yr value)

In addition to the course being tailored to your tight schedule, there’s also the tribe where you can get help and support from other members — including me 🙂 Plus, you get to influence the course roadmap.

✅ Priority Access to my Inbox ($125/mo value)

This is actually a bit of an "early adopter" package — I'll give you extra hand-holding because this is an early release of the course. You get priority access to me and get personalized advice through e-mail whenever you:

  • Get stuck during course implementation
  • If anything in the course is unclear
  • If you feel overwhelmed and need help with implementing the lessons; or
  • All of the above

I'll add you to the "Important" list in my inbox so I can get back to you quickly.

I usually reply within 24 hours, but my guarantee is that you'll receive my reply within 48 hours. (I sometimes get plenty of emails.)

Good news: Because the course is still "young," you won't be paying anything near $200 to get all of these.

This course is still in its early stages, I want to get it into as many of the right people as possible — so I've decided to give you lifetime access for a much lower price.

To be perfectly honest, my other goal here is to get lots of feedback and make this the very best course I can.

Unlike other influencer "courses" that compile a list of "best hacks" and then tell you "goodluck"...

...I want to make this a course that actually delivers the damn results WHILE expecting obstacles you're going to face. (Heck, that's the biggest advantage of a system.)

So when you sign up for the course right now before I update to the official release in the future (that should contain audio-visual content)... get all of the above (valued at $423 upfront) — and extra hand-holding + support — for only $99. (excl. VAT)

Let me put that another way...

That's less than a dollar per day for a single semester to learn something that you'll use for a lifetime.

Enroll in Simple Study System today

Your 30-Day "Study Systems Work" Guarantee

There’s nothing to lose and a lot to gain. When you join Simple Study System and you don’t LOVE it, just let me know within 30 days and I’ll happily refund your purchase.

This is possible because of two things:

First – study systems just work, period. Having the right sequence and the right mental processes make it exponentially powerful over random tactics.

My students have used it to get A’s in their subjects, sometimes along with clinical work in a double degree.

And I use it until today (same system, but using different tools and methods) because it helps me stay on top of my Grad School subjects and in writing content at the same time.

So, I am sure it will work the same for you too.

Second – part of our core beliefs here is that we put your results first – ALWAYS – and we fight for your success.

When you have questions, I give detailed answers that either help you understand the problem or solve it at the root cause.

If you feel stuck implementing, you get help.

The course is concise enough to be read within a few days, so that’s enough time for you to read the course MULTIPLE TIMES, implement the entire system, and benefit from it.

If you still don’t love the content and the clarity you get after that, again, just email me for a refund and you’ll get your money back.

So there’s zero risk in joining. 🙂

Your Questions Answered

Why SSS, instead of others?

SSS is the only course that combines common sensescience (that’s based on real-world data, not only on special laboratory circumstances), and experience to create a system that helps Anki learners reduce their total study time.

You’ll find zero ineffective speed-reading BS that focuses on “finishing books” rather than actually understanding them.

No silly productivity “hacks” that focuses on maximum “efficiency” tactics while losing out on what actually matters.

So, there's no misplaced precision. It's all holistic.

“Only this few content at that price?”

Yes — and that’s by design.

I believe people who pay for information should NOT be spending hour upon hour on fluff videos and “best tips” compilations.

People who invest money SHOULD save time by GETTING RESULTS FASTER than those who only rely on free information — meaning, they should get the best information they need to get from point A to point B as fast as they can.

I don’t know about your investing philosophy, but mine is to pay for speed and a time asset — that’s what I had in mind when I created this product.

I want you to avoid the guesswork and just focus on implementing the best stuff I learned both from my research and experience.

I want you to learn not only the “how”, but also the principles — the why — behind what I do so you can use what you’ve learned in the course for life.

Even after you’ve finished your exams…

Even after you’ve already finished college…

Even after you’ve gotten your first job or started your new business…

…simply because learning never stops.

“I probably wouldn’t learn anything new.”

Why, of course. Any principle that’s been proven to work isn’t something “new”…and this course is based on principles.

That being said, you’ll find that almost everything here is fresh info because let’s face it: who in the world has the exact combined experience and insights as me and my students?

You’ll discover a lot of new techniques, too, so that you can save time and execute the principles I teach almost in a “take you by the hand” fashion…

But listen, the goal is NOT “new” — the goal is “results”.

I didn’t create this course to “ride the hype.” Rather, I created this to give you a transformation:

  • From forgetful to exam-confident
  • From behind the class to on top of it
  • From not understanding anything to making more original insights

And, let me tell you one thing:

Principles rarely, if at all, change — even in different situations. Tactics often do.

If someone’s offering you an entirely “new” way to learn, or some kind of “new discovery” then it’s one of these two things:

  1. It’s a small-time tactic based on old principles and models, but with a different name; or
  2. It’s total bullshit.

That being said, I’m largely unconventional and I mostly question everything that’s “famous”, so I bet you’re gonna see ‘new’ things in the course, anyway.

And let me emphasize:

The focus of this course is NOT on “giving you something new”, and especially NOT on giving you “new interesting ideas to talk about”, or “shiny objects” to download.

The focus is on helping you create a system that allows you to study smarter as an Anki learner.

"Isn't everything available for free online?"

Yes — and that's actually a valid option! I'm 100% transparent with that. I realize that you've probably learned a lot of information yourself before coming here, and more importantly...

...I don't claim to have the "secret methods" because after doing this for so long, it really doesn't feel anything close to a "secret".

Truth is, NO ONE has been hiding the "secrets" from you.

And that's the exact problem.

Online creators have been crazy to share everything online that you'd need gargantuan effort to figure out which combinations are guaranteed to work.

So, let me ask you the more important question...

Do you really have the time to filter through all of the garbage by yourself?

If you do have the time and you're willing to invest in the same books I've read…

If you have the time to filter the low-quality scientific publications — the methods, the conclusions, synthesize them in a Zettelkasten for a coherent understanding…

If you have the time to test what you've learned via the natural process of trial and error…

Then by all means you can close this page right now to trade your time for results.

That's a totally viable option.

You'll have your own opinion that way. (However, it costs at least 2X more than the course if you're on Kindle, and 6X if you're going to go for paperback versions — and that doesn't include the time cost...)

Or, you can take out the guesswork and learn it from someone who has already done the work.

That way, you won't have to spend a lot of money on buying the books…

Taking notes from different books…

Going through rabbitholes of subreddits to find "internet gems"...

Or sifting through YouTube clickbait...

And best of all, you save the hassle of filtering what works and what doesn't.

The Good News and The Bad News...

The good news is there’s NO countdown timers for the course, simply because I hate product launches and fake scarcity — I really do.

BUT one thing you have to realize is this: The clock is ticking — whether you like it or not.

Whether it’s about investing time in the free stuff I (or others) have put out…

Or investing money in this offer I’m giving you right now…

It’s up to you to make the best decision.

As the Stoic philosopher, Seneca, says,

“It is not that we have a short time to live, but that we waste a lot of it. Life is long enough, and a sufficiently generous amount has been given to us for the highest achievements if it were all well invested.”

If your exams are coming in a few months, and you still have ZERO confidence in your current study system, you might want to give this a try so you can start compounding your knowledge and gain momentum earlier.

There’s literally no risk in doing so — after all, you can try it for a full 30 days and get your money back if you feel like I’m wasting your time.

Get Access to Simple Study System Today

Build your own study system this week, so you can predictably retain whatever subjects you care about and get the grades you're proud of.

If you get stuck, I'll personally be there to help you.

Again, LIFETIME investment is $99. Just imagine the long-term value you get for so little in spending.

If you don't like it, then you can just email me and tell me that you want your money back within 30 days. And you don't have to give any reason at all.

So you're literally risking nothing by joining SSS. All the risk is on me.

A personal note from the instructor

Hey there! If you're still reading this and you're still on the fence about joining...know that this course is based on my own experience in applying evidence-based study strategies.

Most gurus out there just recommend quick-fix tactics from their YouTube armchairs and don't even apply what they're teaching. Not even teach you how to integrate them into a coherent system. And I believe that's equivalent to "not caring enough."

And I'm confident in my work because the same strategy has helped me finish in the top 10% passers (3%, actually) in my Board Exam — even though I've failed Integral Calculus back in College. I've also used the same workflows to learn Math subjects quickly during my Master's Degree.

And honestly, I can't make any other guarantees on results because that depends on a lot of factors — but these should tell you a lot.

So if you're tired of the confusion, if you want to take the next step and learn the entire workflow that will help you excel at Math-oriented subjects as an Anki learner, I invite you to join today.

Hopefully, I'll see you in the course! 🙂

Warm regards,

-Al Khan

P.S. If you have any questions or concerns about the course, just email me at [email protected]. I'll be happy to answer them.

P.P.S. Quick disclaimer about the testimonials: they are not a guarantee of results. They are merely comments that my readers give me about the course/contents of the course.