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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. […]
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 […]
An important step in the journey to becoming a medical doctor is the application to medical school. As you wrap up your pre-med education, the med school application is the next challenge you’ll face. This challenge comes with inherent questions. What school do I want to attend? How do I apply? What factors will make […]
With countless tips on the internet on how to interview for medical school, I share the top things that helped me land an acceptance after my interview.