By Walter Wiggins To 2nd years and others planning to take the USMLE Step 1 this year, below is a list of a few things you should do ASAP, if you haven’t already.
By Luke Murray This post is part of a series called “Med School Done Right,” which will look at not just succeeding in medical school in the narrow terms of “getting good grades,” but at shaping the kind of experiences you want to have during these (usually) four […]
By Sean Martin One of the best resources to prepare for the boards is a question bank. Question banks let you review commonly tested material in a format similar to what you will see on test day. But, for osteopathic students preparing to take the boards, question banks […]
By Jaysson Brooks If you don’t know where your money is going, you can’t make it work for you. There is no more important financial advice I could give you as you traverse through medical school. I remember when I received my first loan check at the beginning […]
By Jaysson Brooks For most newly minted medical students, the loan money they received for living expenses may possibly be the most money they’ve ever managed at one time. As the popular saying goes, “more money equals more problems,” and this could not be truer than for a […]
By Sarah Wesley Of the three USMLEs, the Step 1 is perhaps the most intimidating. The Step 1 exam requires a revisiting of basic anatomy, physiology, embryology, pharmacology, and biochemistry. For a medical student attending an institution where the majority of others are not taking the Steps, it […]
By Walter Wiggins Recently, Luke Murray wrote the first post in his series “Med School Done Right,” which is all about maximizing your experience in medical school based on your broader goals and aspirations. One of the key tenets to his approach to med school is determining what […]
By Luke Murray This is the first post in a series called “Med School Done Right,” which will look at not just succeeding in medical school in the narrow terms of “getting good grades,” but at shaping the kind of experience you want to have during these (usually) […]
By Sarah Wesley The decision to move to a different country and work in a different medical system can be daunting. When one trains in a certain system, one is prepared for working within that system, often having mentors and a sophisticated understanding of what is expected of them. […]
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