I used to use Anki religiously for all my courses since high school. I didn't rely on any other form of note-taking. This worked well up until about 2A at which point I felt like the fairly inflexible structure of flashcards made them a less-than-optimal optimal tool for courses that test more than rote memorization. I'm now a fully indoctrinated RemNote shill so all 200-level courses and above (except BIOL 240) are provided in RemNote, while all 100-level courses remain in the Anki format.
For all Anki files (.apkg extension): You can download Anki for free here. If you already have Anki on your computer, double-clicking the downloaded file should open up the flashcard deck automatically; if not, right-click and select "open with". (I know a lot of people prefer using Quizlet, and yeah there's a way to import these decks into Quizlet, although idk about what that'll do to the cards with images or cloze deletions. But if you really want them in Quizlet format anyway, message me and I'll show you how to convert them!)
For all RemNote links: These can be viewed on any modern web browser. No RemNote account needed.
See my review for the course here.
WAAAAAY easier than AFM 101. And actually interesting. One of my favourite first year courses.
Actually, this is a combined deck for both AP Bio and the Alberta Bio 20/30 curriculum. There's a lot of overlap between these two courses and I was taking them simultaneously, so I didn't bother separating the two at the time.
Assumes you have a basic knowlege of bio (BIOL 130 or high school level), but still covers some review of introductory cellular biology.
For CHEM 120 only, not CHEM 120L!! (Although there is overlap between the finals, this deck does not provide comprehensive coverage of exam content for CHEM 123L.) See my review for the course here.
Does not include content for CHEM 123L!!
Including this deck is kind of questionable because... uh... it's pretty messy. It's a combined deck for Micro and Macro. ECON 101 is covered in full, but the ECON 102 cards don't include content from the last several chapters (aka the point at which I gave up on the course). I didn't use tags to separate 101 and 102, which also makes it kind of a pain sorry :-(
See my review for ECON 101/102 here.
(c) kelly zhang 2018