Many students who have academic problems exhibit some of the same destructive behaviors. They often refuse to utilize available resources and generally have a non-participatory attitude. They don’t... Continue reading →
When it comes to difficulties preparing for tests, distractions are the biggest obstacle.
You must keep your ultimate goal in the front of your brain – that of becoming a physician, of serving your community, performing surgery, of saving lives – whatever your personal goal might be. And then you must... Continue reading →
No matter what I say to warn students of how medical school will be different and that it can knock them on their can, no matter if they have been a stellar student as an undergraduate - students don’t believe me until they have experienced it.
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The detail knowledge required of a medical student is vast, much more so than in your undergraduate studies. What you were required to know for a semester, you now need to know in one week. In addition, you are now expected to... Continue reading →