Fourth year of medical school brings the triumph of Match Day. But how should you spend the months after, leading up to residency. Here are the keys to making that time happy, healthy and productive.
The personal statement is one of the most important elements of the medical school application. Here are eight steps to help you write a stellar medical school personal statement.
The Residency Match is something that inspires a fair bit of confusion and anxiety. In this post we cover 7 crucial points which will provide you the knowledge you need to be prepared for the NRMP Match.
You have probably heard of burnout, but what does it really mean? In this post I provide my experience as an illustration of what burnout can look like and an opportunity to discuss how we can combat it.
The captivating story of a talented surgeon who was taken too early by cancer. Here I share my thoughts on this remarkable book and how it helps us ponder the question, what is the meaning of life?
One of the more challenging types of questions on the medical school interview is the ethical dilemma. How does one systematically approach these questions? Here are the principles of bioethics and the key tips to effectively tackle these scenarios.
Nearly every medical school applicant completes undergraduate research. So how do you set yourself apart? One way to do so is with a publication. In this post I provide the keys to securing a publication from your undergraduate research.
Your primary application has been submitted! Now you are faced with a flurry of secondary applications. How do you tackle them intelligently? These 9 steps will prepare you to systematically and effectively knock your secondaries out of the park.
Essentially all medical schools employ rolling admissions. So how does that affect your application? It means that time is of the essence. In this post I break down the nuances of rolling admissions, and the optimal timing and strategies for submission of MD and DO applications.