In this day and age, we’re often seeking the quick fix. The silver bullet, the magic pill. How to instantly improve your grades, how to
For every medical school application, a personal statement is necessary. Everyone writes a personal statement, but some stand out from others. The composition of these
Here’s what the scientific research has to say about the effects of studying with music. We explore music type, personality type, and type of studying as key factors.
The cycle of the New Year’s Resolution – be overly ambitious, and fall flat on your face within a couple weeks. Here’s how you can break the habit and guarantee success.
Is becoming a doctor and pursuing a career in medicine the right fit for you? I was heavily considering alternate careers in business and engineering when I was in college. Here’s my take on the pros and cons, and how I ultimately decided which career was the best fit.
Information for high school students considering a career in medicine as a future doctor. These tips and resources will help you succeed both in college as a pre-med and set a foundation for success in medical school.
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.
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.