Career Questions tagged Premed

What can I do to prepare for Med. School applications?

I'm a senior in high school but I want to get started as soon as I'm in college. #premed #doctor #medical...

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Active Nov 01 at 04:04 PM

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Posted by Skylar W.’s Avatar Skylar W.
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Lillian Wang, LMSW | Career Counselor in Higher Education Hi Skylar! It's great you're getting started early!First off, do some ...

What degree do I need to pursue Radiology?

Hi! I'm currently a freshman in high school, and I care a lot about my future and especially my academics. I plan on doing early college for an associates and my dream school is UCLA. After I graduate from UCLA I hope to go back to my home state to attend UNC School of Medicine. My question...

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Active Nov 26 at 11:50 PM

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LaRita Edwards R.T. (R) | Radiologic Technologist at All Florida Orthopaedic Associates To start you need fantastic grades in Math and Science. Ace ...

Is it possible to have a successful job in the medical field and still have a big and happy family?

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Active Oct 11 at 03:36 AM

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Jessica Walls | Customer Advocate Yes! Of course! Honestly anything is possible! To answer your question, ...

How was the transition from being a medical student to a resident?

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Active Oct 26 at 11:24 PM

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Sheila Jordan, PMP | Senior Technical Project Manager at AT&T Hello Marie Angelica: Here's a link to information on how to ...

As a psychologist, how are you able to cope with the people you are working with?

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Active Oct 10 at 03:19 AM

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Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Marie,People who must work with clients in high stress situations learn ...
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Mary Quiceno, MD, FAAN | Associate Professor of Neurology No, but you might have a greater chance for acceptance at ...

What is the best undergrad degree when pursuing a Medical degree?

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Active Oct 02 at 03:19 PM

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James Holstein,M.D. Years ago was told not to be a classic premed student. ...

What should my major be as an undergrad if I want to attend medical school?

What major would be best to have as an undergraduate if I later want to attend medical school? Would it be something like biology, chemistry, or biochemistry? Or include something like psychology or sociology? Double majors and dual-degrees would be an option, but what do med school...

#majors #biology #psychology #university #college-majors #college #med-school #medicine #premed #chemistry

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Active Aug 22 at 01:56 PM

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Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Your major for permed should reflect your interest areas and how ...

What are some methods to reduce the cost of medical school/pay off debt effectively?

Even though medical school is several years away for me, I would like to be prepared in advance. I've seen that med school is quite the hassle in terms of finances and debt, but that the result is worth it, including the income from a residency after med school. Are there any other ways to...

#school #financial-services #psychology #medical-school #psychiatry #graduate-school #medicine #premed #debt

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Active Nov 27 at 09:45 PM

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Sean Buchan | Wealth Management Banking Specialist at Merrill Lynch Medical school is one of the few schools I believe are ...

Are there any risks to taking courses on a pass/fail basis?

If I'm applying to medical school, would it look bad on an application if I took a few core classes, like history, on a pass/fail basis? #premed...

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Do medical schools look favorably upon students who do study abroad?

Does it add something to medical school applications if you've studied abroad? I was considering doing a faculty-led trip, but it wouldn't be necessarily science related, so I'm not sure I could tie it into my application directly, but does it at least show well-roundedness? #studyabroad...

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Active Oct 16 at 07:37 PM

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Posted by Nisha S.’s Avatar Nisha S.
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Lillian Wang, LMSW | Career Counselor in Higher Education Yes, it absolutely shows well-roundedness! You gain so many skills through ...

What is it like to be a psychologist for a day?

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Posted by Sahana H.’s Avatar Sahana H.

What organizational methods, study routines, or lifestyle activities better equip an overwhelmed college student to thrive?

In other words, what are some good tips for proactive studying (i.e. making flash cards, taking notes from the book, making diagrams/analogies), for a healthy lifestyle (i.e. daily exercise or exercise ‘X’ times per week, eating a certain diet), and good organization (i.e. keeping a planner,...

#college-student #student-development #organized #preparedness #premed #student-affairs

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Active Oct 06 at 06:55 AM

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Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential The most important thing that a collage student can do to ...

Is the rigor of a student’s undergraduate university considered when applying to medical school?

For instance, if a student graduated from an Ivy League with a lower GPA than a student from a significantly easier state school, would the name of the school be factored in? Thanks! #premed #medicine...

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What is the best way to study for the MCAT?

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