The Ultimate Medical School Interview Guide: Secure Your Medical School Acceptance

It’s interview season!! If you’re lucky enough to be invited to a medical school interview, congratulations!! You’re one step closer to accomplishing …
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Best Way to Annotate USMLE Step 1 First Aid for Studying

Hi everyone! One of the most important reference books you will use during MS2 to study for USMLE Step 1 is First Aid. An important consideration …
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Medical Student Q&A Series: Irasema, MS1

In this Q&A series, I have the honor of featuring Irasema! She gets real by sharing her challenges as first generation college student, …
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5 Tips to Implement on Medical School Secondaries to Get that Interview in 2021

Congrats!! You have just submitted your primary medical school application! Now what? Take a well-deserved break for a few days and start pre-writing those secondaries. …
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The Ultimate Medical School Interview Guide: Secure Your Medical School Acceptance

The Ultimate Medical School Interview Guide: Secure Your Medical School Acceptance

It’s interview season!! If you’re lucky enough to be invited to a medical school interview, congratulations!! You’re one step closer to accomplishing your goal of becoming a physician!! As a student on the admissions committee…

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Best Way to Annotate USMLE Step 1 First Aid for Studying

Best Way to Annotate USMLE Step 1 First Aid for Studying

Hi everyone! One of the most important reference books you will use during MS2 to study for USMLE Step 1 is First Aid. An important consideration when annotating this book is making sure you are…

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Medical Student Q&A Series: Irasema, MS1

Medical Student Q&A Series: Irasema, MS1

In this Q&A series, I have the honor of featuring Irasema! She gets real by sharing her challenges as first generation college student, but also what she did to overcome her challenges. She also shares…

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5 Tips to Implement on Medical School Secondaries to Get that Interview in 2021

5 Tips to Implement on Medical School Secondaries to Get that Interview in 2021

Congrats!! You have just submitted your primary medical school application! Now what? Take a well-deserved break for a few days and start pre-writing those secondaries. You can google search “medical school secondary” and the school(s)…

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Ultimate Pre-med/Med School CV Template + Copy of My Medical School CV!

Ultimate Pre-med/Med School CV Template + Copy of My Medical School CV!

Need a CV for residency applications? Scholarship applications? Leadership opportunties? Here’s a template a great CV you can use!

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Best Books and Resources for Medical School Core Clerkships and Rotations 2021

Best Books and Resources for Medical School Core Clerkships and Rotations 2021

With a hundred different resources available for each rotation, it’s hard to figure out which is best! Now that I’m on the other side of third-year rotations and shelf exams, I’ve compiled a list of…

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3 Things to Look for in a Medical Student Research Fellowship

3 Things to Look for in a Medical Student Research Fellowship

You’re probably here because you want to pursue a research fellowship in medical school to boost your application for a competitive specialty. Well, you’re in the right place, my friend. In this blog post, I…

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Top 7 Medical School Application Tips: How to Improve Your Chances at Acceptance

Top 7 Medical School Application Tips: How to Improve Your Chances at Acceptance

Applying to medical school is a long, complicated, and competitive process. In this post, I’ve gathered some tips to help make your medical school application a little easier! Tips for applying to medical school #1:…

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How to Obtain a STRONG Letter of Recommendations

How to Obtain a STRONG Letter of Recommendations

Strong letters of recommendation are essential for supporting your residency or medical school application. In this article, I provided some tips to help you get some great letters of recommendations! Plan ahead Start thinking about…

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Become a Morning Person in Medical School, Even When You’re Not

Become a Morning Person in Medical School, Even When You’re Not

During my first two years of medical school, I generally woke up around 7am to study. However, as I began third year, my mornings started much earlier. On my OB/GYN and surgery rotations, woke up…

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