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In a sea of applicants with matching MCAT® scores, related research, and analogous academics, outstanding letters of recommendation can be the spotlight that illuminates your application.
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The MCAT® is a grueling and highly-competitive step in the journey to becoming a doctor. Improve your chances for success by knowing the common mistakes students make and how to avoid them.
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Learn the adjustments you can make in your mentality, your schedule, and your focus in order to avoid burnout and be a motivated, positive, and successful student.
Written by Clara Sun One of the most common questions college students get asked is, “What’s your major?” Coming out of high school, it’s difficult to know exactly what you want to pursue, and many students switch majors in the middle of their college experiences. For pre-meds specifically, it may seem imperative that you pursue […]
With any accomplishment, new opportunities emerge but new challenges also arise. An athlete who wins a championship immediately faces the challenge of defending the title. A parent who raises a valedictorian is rewarded with the challenge of upcoming college tuition. An employee who earns a promotion is met with the challenge of new career expectations. […]
The MCAT is intimidating at first but here are the various methods that helped me prepare effectively toward achieving my target score.
Applying for medical school comes in stages, and secondary essays are an important part of the application process. If you are beginning your essays, take a look at this advice from Clara, a first-year medical student at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, on what to expect and how to write engaging, interesting […]