Non-Traditional Premed Never Too Late

Non-Traditional Students: It’s Never Too Late

Sarah grew up in a poor, abusive household with her three sisters. Her mother was an unemployed, bi-polar housewife who teetered on the edge of being friendly one moment and a screaming psychopath the next. Her father was a born-again fundamentalist Christian after volunteering three tours in Vietnam. He faced bouts of alcoholism. He could barely lift his right arm due to a bullet wound suffered during the war, which made finding work difficult. To fight […]

Physics

Premeds: How to Ace Physics

I aced physics. Not just an A. But a perfect score. I’m confident you can do the same. At the undergrad I attended for my pre-medical post-bacc it was possible to score an A+. You had to make a 100 in the course, or above (if your teacher offered any “extra” points in the grading scale). However, this pretty much required having perfect scores on all of the assignments, especially the exams. When I went […]

Worst Mistake Pre-Medical Student

The Three Worst Mistakes Pre-Medical Students Make

Being a pre-med student can be just about the worst time in the life of a young doctor. You spend four years filled with the anxiety and uncertainty of ever getting into medical school. While the rest of your friends are indulging in the freedom and wild times of college, you are tucked away in the library studying for your organic chemistry exam. When others are planning all-out senior year spring breaks, you’re busy with a prep course for the MCAT. […]

college students

The Right Reason to go to College

If you ask most people who are unhappy with their jobs why they won’t return to school to pursue their dream career, you’d overwhelmingly get one answer. Money. Most people don’t believe they can afford returning to school. They’ve got a mortgage to pay, kids to take care of, a full time job they can’t live without. Or, more than likely, they’ve become accustomed to a certain financial quality of life that they aren’t willing to part […]