I scored above 265 on Step 2CK by using an unorthodox method. Here's exactly how I approached studying for Step 2CK during the course of third year, as well as how I spent the 4 weeks leading up to my test. You can download my Anki deck here as well!
The decision of M.D. or D.O. can have significant implications in your medical training and future career as a doctor. Here, we compare the differences between each flavor of medical school and help you decide whether allopathic or osteopathic is a better fit for you.
Meditation and mindfulness are often cited as being key players in the success of high profile executives. However, the benefits of regular mindfulness meditation practice are far reaching and are highly beneficial to students as well. Your grades will improve by meditating. Seriously.
Medical school is a completely different beast from your pre-med years in college. Here are four things you should know and prepare for in order to have the most productive, effective, and happy experience of medical school!
Your letters of recommendation are one element where you aren't selling yourself to medical schools, but rather someone else is vouching for you. In this ultimate guide to letters of rec, we provide a stepwise approach to secure strong letters and get the interview invite!
The cost of medical school continues to rise and graduating student debt is nearing an average of $200,000. Learn how to pay for medical school and minimize your out-of-pocket cost and overall debt burden. We'll go over optimizing loan strategies, scholarships, and grants.
Do you wake up from naps feeling groggy, sometimes even worse than before the nap? It's a common problem, and in this post I share how to nap like a pro. From power naps to coffee naps, these are the tips and tricks to help you nap more effectively. I also address 4 concerns you may have.
We each have different personalities, which is why general advice is usually not broadly applicable to everyone, as we are all unique. In this post, I go over what your specific personality type, and how do maximize your strengths, work around your weaknesses, and be an effective student.
The transition from Medical School to Residency is often misunderstood. Here we compare various aspects in the life of a medical student vs resident, including structure, evaluation, work-life balance, time, standardized exams, and more.
College and Medical School share more differences than similarities. Here we compare class material, grading, student time, class exams, standardized tests, including the MCAT, Step 1, Step 2, and costs and finances.