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You have successfully completed your first board examination. You are a third year med student, already halfway through medical school! Right when you start to think that you know it all, that you have finally mastered the art of succeeding in med school, life apparently decides to throw a curve ball at you. All that you … Read More

This post is part of Morning Sign Out’s Premed Advising series. To read the rest of the series, start here! Authors: Cindy Hoang-Tran, Florence Yuan Original authors: Andrew Lee, Keng Lam MD/PhD Programs Keng: MD/PhD programs are for people who want to have a research-focused career and already have a strong research background – many … Read More

“High school is like a lawn sprinkler. College is like a garden hose. And medical school is like a fire hose of information,” said Aurora Bennett, the associate dean for student affairs and admissions at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Medicine. You might have heard some variation of this phrase before. Medical school is intense, and … Read More

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