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    Self Disclosure in Medicine

    During the first week of second year we were surprised to learn that our first patient interaction would be in the form of a timed practical test. We were recorded taking a teenage patient’s history and performing a physical to clear him to play high...

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    What To Wear To Med School Interviews: Women

    They say you never truly get a second chance at a first impression, and the typical medical school interview, being 30-45 minutes long, is no different. A large part of making a good first impression is dressing professionally for the interview. Whil...

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    How Do I Decide What Medical Schools To Apply To?

     “How do I decide what medical schools to apply to?” It’s an important question. Applying to the right schools can be the deciding factor for whether or not you get accepted into any school at all. You need to balance need and want. You simply need o...

  • PDr Review - Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League

    PDr Review – Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League

    I recently read this article by William Deresiewicz called Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League and thought it was well-written and fascinating. Even though it didn’t directly apply to premeds, I thought the points addressed by Deresiewi...

  • 5 Key Challenges for a Doctor Serving Humanity

    5 Key Challenges for a Doctor Serving Humanity

    For centuries doctors have been held up as heroes who heal disease, alleviate pain, and save lives, and traditionally they have been paid handsomely to do so. Even if salary is not a motivating factor, it’s not surprising that so many idealistic youn...

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