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Nicholas338 views

Does having medical work experience help with admissions into medical school If so are there ones more preferable than others like doing phlebotomy or emt??

I want to do something that will be productive over the summer as a pre-med student but I am kind of lost since I wasn't able to secure research during the school year so I want to at least try working in the medical field as an intern, volunteer, or get certified.

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Tadisa311 views

How do I become a competitive CS applicant in a short period of time??

I'm currently in my final year of A level and my final exams are this October, I have to start applying to Uni this may but I don't have many supercurriculars despite having so many extracurriculars.

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Rudra111 views

What courses to be select for 1st year undergraduate as computer science?

What care should be taken as undergraduate 1st year student as computer science for selecting courses in Canada universities, is there any special tips looking at future prospects. Have completed Indian CBSE 12th grade and looking for starting undergraduate this year.

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Deborah447 views

I'm a Nigerian who wants to apply to a Canadian University to obtain an undergraduate degree and one of the requirements is my high school transcript but I have no idea what should be included in the transcript. Does anyone have an idea what my school should include in the transcript and how it should look like because the educational system in my school is very different from the ones in Canada. Also, should the academic records be from 10th grade or 7th grade?

High school graduate.

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Tasnova714 views

Which universities will be best for me, if I want to apply for Fall intake 2024 And can I apply for 2 programs at a time?

I am an Asian high school graduate. I wish to study in a Canadian or US University. I want to be a surgeon. So I want to major in Biology and minor in Computer Science

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Dimitri692 views

What are some door opening jobs I can apply for within the game industry for project manager?

I am still in college obtaining my Associates in Game Business and Esports. What steps should I take to reach that end goal of Project Manager?

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Heather451 views

can you take pre-law if you intend on doing a double major/dual degree program?

I'm a high school senior and am currently applying to colleges/universities and want to study law and music performance. I know a lot, if not most schools, have pre-law programs. If I apply to a dual-degree or double major program, can I do the pre-law program and music performance? or would I have to choose a major (e.g. political science, psychology) alongside the music performance. Hope this makes sense! Thank you so much

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allaya598 views

should i double major or get a dual degree in economics and psychology?

what all careers opportunities will i have? and can i get my master’s in psychology if i double majored in econ and psych?

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Rhyian416 views

Can I take both a pre-med and pre-vet track?

I was leaning towards pre-med in the beginning, but now I'm interested in being a veterinarian. I saw someone on social media doing both, but I didn't know that was possible. Edit: I know I want to be a neuroscience major.

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Christina784 views

Marriage Family Therapy (MFT) programs in California?

Hello! I am an undergraduate Psychology student in my last year of undergrad. I will be applying to in-state graduate schools this fall, but I worry about how competitive MFT programs are. As a first generation student, I’m worried that my experiences are not good enough. The only relevant experience I have is interning abroad with a social worker conducting therapy in a vulnerable population, being a peer resource mentor for psychology students on campus, and peer mentor for students with diverse cultural backgrounds (with emphasis on mental health and well-being). I have a 3.7 GPA and want to apply to CSU MFT programs. I don’t have a lot of time to devote to other extra curricular at the moment as I am currently holding two jobs as a peer mentor. What was your experience like applying to MFT programs? What were your stats? Did you take a gap year (if so, what was it like)? What programs would you recommend? How was your MFT program? Where are you now? I appreciate you taking the time to answer my questions! I want to a bit more prepared, so thank you for helping me out :) #MFT #marriagefamilytherapy #marriagefamilytherapist #LMFT #psycchology #psychologygrad #psychgrad #psychgraduate #psychgraduates #psychologygraduate #psychologygraduates #psychstudent #psychologystudent #psychstudents #psychcologystudents #gradschool #graduateschool #applyingtogradschool #counseling #therapy #familytherapy #csu #csun #sfsu #csus #csulb #csuf #csudh #usf #pepperdine #therapist #therapists

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Reyaa452 views

What are a few things that will help increase the chances of being accepted into an ivy league?

My dream school is Princeton and I've been working to get internships and other experiences to potentially get a good spike, and also taking classes related to the majors engineering and business, what are your thoughts?

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Sami1214 views

Is Computer Science a harder major than pre-med?

I heard that compared to pre-med, computer science is a lot easier. I'm still struggling to choose a major and I just wanted to lay out the pros and cons of each major.

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allaya630 views

is getting an undergraduate in economics and then an mba, a good choice?

and what are the job prospects and the types of jobs i can get?

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Daniela276 views

How important is undergraduate school in regards to law school admission?

Does where you attend affect how admissions are seen? Is something more impactful?

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Joel240 views

I am an undergraduate student in my second year I didn't do so well last semester and my gpa dropped to a 2.1, can you give me some advice as to how to prepare for grad school? Is it too late for me?

How do I prepare myself for a PhD at MIT, or other Ivy league or top schools in the world's? Should I also get my masters before my PhD program and will that shorten or extend how long my doctorate program will be? I am also planning to get a master before the PhD though since it isn't that close I still wanted to hear an opinion from an expert. I am currently a computer science student at Florida polytechnic university if that helps as well. FYI: I plan to do better this upcoming semester and hopefully raise my GPA close to a 3.0 by the end of either the fall or spring. And I plan to start getting some research opportunities with professors.

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Michelle230 views

What major in college is best if I am an aspiring dental student?

high school graduate

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Anthony432 views

What programs should I apply for during college?

To help progress through college faster

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Amanda1812 views

Public Health or Biochemistry?

I'm an incoming college freshman, and I'm debating whether I should major in public health or biochemistry as a pre-med student. What are the advantages and disadvantages of both majors in preparation for medical school and other healthcare careers or graduate school paths?

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Amanda657 views

As pre-med student, is it more beneficial to attend a cheap, less prestigious university or a more expensive university with a better pre-med program?

At one institution, I received a full-tuition scholarship, and it's close enough that I can live at home. However, it has limited pre-med opportunities outside of the curriculum. At the other institution, I received zero financial aid but was accepted to a prestigious honors pre-med program with multiple benefits (guaranteed freshman research positions, smaller classes, capstone program, etc.). I'm majoring in biochemistry in both, with plans to go to medical school to become a maternal-fetal medicine specialist. Is it more worthwhile to avoid debt at a smaller school with fewer pre-med opportunities, or invest in a school with abundant opportunities?

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Maryuri602 views

What jobs should I choose to explore careers that interest me?

I'm a senior student in SF and I'm interested in dentistry, neurosurgeon, cardiac surgeon and business, but I haven't choose what I really want yet.

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Eva605 views

What volunteer opportunities or internships are there for undergraduate communication science and disorders majors?

-Freshman at Florida State Univeristy -Communication Science and Disorders Major -Future career in Audiology

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Hanan511 views

What are some ways to get paid undergraduate research?

I know professors typically pay their students, but in my case, my professor had not yet received funding and couldn't pay me himself. Are there other methods? #EOY22

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Eboni843 views

How often should I reach out to my Academic Advisor ?

I think it is a great idea for me to establish great communication with my Academic Advisor so I can keep on taking the necessary course for my degree. Not only that but I have been given great personal and professional advice and resources. I don't want to overstep my boundaries by asking a ton of questions all the time, but I would like to utilize as many resources, advice, and opportunities as my advisor can provide me.

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Kayla533 views

How do I find the right college majors to study as a high school student?

What are some ways to determine which college major I want to study in college as a high schooler, especially under the pre-med or medical branch?

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Meghana440 views

Which careers can I go to, if I decide not to go to medical school, with a biomedical science major?

Currently, I am in high school. I just wanted to explore my options in undergraduate.

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Avery374 views

What should I major in for my undergraduate?

I want to be a sports physical therapist so after my undergrad I have to get into physical therapy school. So I want to know what would be the most helpful thing to major in.

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Amy493 views

How to make a decision that I can commit to?

How do I decide on a career when I'm interested in different fields that don't overlap with each other? What major should I choose? How would I select universities to apply to?

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Breaisha551 views

How can I manage stress now before college?

Before going into college next year fall, I want to make sure I'm fully prepared and know what's coming ahead! A key major to that is stress management

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Anita629 views

I just need some advice and opinions! :)

I plan on going to a safety school because it offers the courses I need, and it's financially more practical. Although it's not highly renowned I feel like that won't matter as much when I apply to grad school (medicine). I've been told that the college you go to doesn't affect your chances of the med schools you could get into- so in theory, is my plan feasible?

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Anita622 views

What does the path from High School to Medical School look like?

I'm currently a sophomore in high school and was wondering that once the time comes- how would I begin my path to Medical School?

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