Alexander N.’s Avatar
Alexander N. Mar 12, 2014 4015 views

How should I dress to an interview?

I am scared of looking bad and giving a bad first impression with the stuff I will wear. #career #jobs #interviews...

#dress-for-success

Nick B.’s Avatar
Nick B. Mar 24, 2015 992 views

Hi, I'm a senior and I'm going into sociology after I graduate. I know there is quite a lot to do in the field, but is my choice of a career path seem....right?

I'm going to major in sociology, maybe minor in criminology and my plan after that is going on to law school. I've been told that it's odd I'm going into socio if I plan on going into law afterwards. At the same time I have met people who have gone to school for the same thing and have loved...

#sociology #majors #career-path #law #lawyer

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safina F. May 02, 2016 489 views

As someone interested in English, is it possible for me to become a doctor?

English is my passion, but my career goal is to become a doctor. Is it possible to study English in college and take the classes necessary to become a doctor? #medicine #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care #english #education...

#career

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andrea G. May 12, 2016 506 views

For a pre-med track, which major would be more helpful: General Biology, Human Biology or Molecular Biology?

I was considering switching from a Molecular Biology to General Biology major before selecting my schedule and was wondering if any on biology major would benefit me most. #college-major #biology...

#pre-med

Delaney C.’s Avatar
Delaney C. May 13, 2016 573 views

I know getting into medical school is very competitive; generally is it better to go to a "lesser" undergraduate school and excel or is is better to go to a prestigious school and wind up in the middle of the pack?

It's a difficult decision to make, especially when you factor in cost, and scholarship availability in the more competitive schools. I have been going back and forth about trying to get into a more prestigious school for my undergraduate degree, realizing that I'll also have continuing costs...

#medicine-education #medicine-school #medicine

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Harley W. May 13, 2016 694 views

How is the first day?

In college #professor...

#student

Armine K.’s Avatar
Armine K. May 13, 2016 653 views

Is it difficult to go to Med school with an anthropology major?

I really like my major, but I've heard its career prospects are not promising. #pre-med...

#anthropology

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Olivia B. May 18, 2016 518 views

How do I achieve a close relationship with my professor if I have large classes?

I've always gone to small schools with small class sizes, which enabled me to be close with my teachers and ask questions whenever I needed. I am concerned that I will not have this opportunity in a bigger class setting. #professor #student...

#class-size

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Nikhil T. May 19, 2016 590 views

Is double majoring useful for a doctor?

I am planning on being a doctor and am thinking about double majoring. #doctor #hospital-and-health-care #medicine...

#healthcare

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Ashley W. May 27, 2016 429 views

If you could go back and change one thing, to prepare you for med school, what would it be?

I've heard that med school is very tough, and I want to prepare as best as I can. #medical-school...

#premed

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Maria M. Aug 30, 2016 607 views

What are some high school courses that might help me achieve a medical career in the future?

Hi, I'm an 11th grader in high school and I would like a career in medicine such as a physician or a doctor and I wanted to know, what are some college courses I could take that would be beneficial in pre-med or med school, aka courses geared toward a medical career? I have already taken AP...

#doctor #premed #medschool #medicine

Alicia C.’s Avatar
Alicia C. Oct 04, 2016 489 views

Can you apply for colleges even if you havent completed Fafsa?

I haven't completed my Fafsa application because I don't have the documents I need. Can I still apply to colleges? #college...

#fafsa

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Yuki L. Oct 24, 2016 572 views

How much studying and homework do you do on an average day as a pre-med student?

I'm planning to go into Pre-Med in college. I know it's going to be a very vigorous four years, but want to know exactly how difficult it will be to take all the classes in the Pre-Med track. #pre-med #undergraduate #college-student #pre-medicine #medicine #healthcare...

#hospital-and-health-care