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Direct BSMD From High School To Medical School Sign Me Up
Date: 08/05/13
By: admin
There are thousands of pre-medical students that apply for medical school each year, and only a slim percentage gain admission. It’s distressing that students who have dreamed of becoming a physician all of their lives simply cannot because their application to medical school was poor. They spend years retaking the MCAT and reapplying, cycle after cycle, only to continuously get rejected by medical schools. What if there was a way to guarantee one’s spot in medical school early on?
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Writing Tips For Medical School Admission Essays
Date: 07/31/13
By: admin
Admission essays are very much important to the school you are applying. Their significance might not seem very huge but they count when you want to be accepted at a specific university. Students tend to complicate their admission essays since, first they’re not aware of who will read their essays and second, because they don’t know how the readers want them. Nevertheless, you should avoid all that panic about what’s unknown and write your story-plain simple. Keep it interesting, and most important, write the truth.
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What Can Nursing Schools Do To Attract More Men
Date: 04/15/13
By: admin
Nursing is a field that is constantly growing in complexity and tasks. As today's society continues to equalize in jobs and in other ways, expect to see more male nurses. There are plenty of benefits to having men in the nursing profession.
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5 Steps Crucial To Get Into Medical School
Date: 04/05/13
By: admin
You can read all the stories you want about preparing for Medical school, but each person's experience is a little different. It's difficult to prepare for, stressful, and once finished you probably question if it was worth all that time and effort seemingly chucked out the window. But it is worth it.
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A Window Into The Life Of A Traveling Clinical Psychologist
Date: 02/27/13
By: admin
Today we have a guest post from Vance Hobbes, a freelance writer and former medical researcher about the life of a traveling clinical psychologist.
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Career Comparison Shopping With Locum Tenens Positions
Date: 01/21/13
By: admin
Today we have a guest post about locum tenens positions submitted to us by Adam Ghosh. This is very valuable information to keep in mind about your future career and how to decide what job situation is right for you.
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Medical Schools Consider Shortening Curriculum
Date: 01/02/13
By: admin
An article about medical school in Public Radio International recently caught our attention. The author writes that New York University, along with a group of other medical schools will start offering select students the option of completing medical school in only three years, instead of the traditional four year curriculum.
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What Type Of Premed Are You
Date: 12/15/12
By: admin
Andy Liang, opinion editor of The Tech, a newspaper at MIT, recently wrote about stereotypes that premed students at his school face. He writes that there are 2 types of premed students at his school: those who are relentlessly competitive and those who realize they are imperfect but challenge themselves to do their best.
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