10 Things I Learned From a Residency Director

A resident director recently met with students of a club that I belong to. It was fantastic! I love being able to learn things from people who really know what’s what, especially in a field like medicine, which is often saturated by a lot of information from too many (not always reliable)sources. Getting straight answers from... Continue Reading →

10 Things to Ask at Your Medical School Interviews

Originally posted February 2015 Also applies to many professional school! Since being a student ambassador I’ve learned at lot things that are really important to medical school applicants and what it important for them to know when choosing a school. I have also learned what potential students find important to their personal experience. Luckily, I’m... Continue Reading →

Keeping Care of Those Medically Bound

Originally posted June 2014 Whether it be non-med to pre-med, pre-health to pre-health, med student to parent, or any variation of those, we all have to keep in the mind the care for everyone involved in our crazy health related journeys. We should keep each other level headed and be there. So here are some... Continue Reading →

Writing a Killer Personal Statement

Originally posted March 25th, 2014 If you haven’t seen my stuff already, why yes I do like writing. It’s something that comes fairly naturally to me, but also I do a lot of it. So I would like to say that my personal statement is pretty good. So with the 2014-2015 application cycle winding down... Continue Reading →

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