Choosing a Pre-Med major is one of the most common sources of frustration for incoming college students interested in a careers in medicine. Pre-Med isn’t a major, but rather a track. You can choose any major that interests you as long as you complete the medical school prerequisite courses.
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.
Choosing the right schools to apply to is a critical factor in the medical school application process. Here, Dr. Pandey goes over applying to allopathic (MD) vs osteopathic (DO) schools, choosing the number of programs, and how to choose specific medical schools that are best for you.
This medical student describes his journey from starting medical school with poor study strategies and feeling like he was drowning, to learning a few simple yet fundamental active study strategies that completely transformed his grades, performance, and outlook.
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.
This medical student at Ross University School of Medicine narrates the struggles felt during the first year of medical school. The uncompromising pressure to perform at a high caliber in medical school can leave students discouraged. Here are some actionable tips to get yourself back on your feet.
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.
Dr. Pandey discusses whether or not medical school admissions consulting services are worth it, including how to decide if it is a good fit for you. He provides advice on how to choose a consulting service, in addition to his own experience applying to medical school.
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.